The Adjudication Society is a not-for-profit Society promoting resolution of construction disputes by means of adjudication


Thursday, 18 November, 2021

The Society's twentieth annual conference will be held in London. The theme is “Celebrating the first 25 years of Adjudication under The Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996”. The keynote speaker is Lord Justice Coulson. More details to follow.

Thursday, 23 September, 2021

This is the second lecture in which practitioners and adjudicators will provide an all-you-need-to-know update on recently decided adjudication case law. 


Members are invited to respond to the Government's call for evidence from individuals or organisations with information on dispute resolution.

The Society has introduced a new series of webinars providing updates on Adjudication Case Law. Recordings are available to members. The first, Adjudication Case Law Update No.1, is available here.

The Society's 19th Annual Conference "Adudication: A 2020 Refresher and Update" was held on 29 October 2020. It was a virtual event this year. Over 200 people participated. Slides from the presentations are available on the Papers page to logged in members.

The Adjudication Society is proud to support Janey Milligan and her research team at CDR in their continued research into adjudication. The latest report (No 16) presents research analysis of the development of Adjudication based on returned questionnaires from Adjudicator Nominating Bodies (ANBs).

Congratulations from the Committee to those of our members who have made it onto the Minister’s Adjudication Panel in Ireland. 

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