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In this online on-demand course, the Hon Peter Vickery QC will discuss:
The doctrine of frustration
1 CPD unit (one unit per hour)
This course consists of a one-hour video recording of a lecture by the Hon Peter Vickery QC, together with reference resources.
This course will assist participants to:
A discount of 10% is available to UTS Alumni or UTS Staff enrolling in this short course. If you are eligible for this discount, please ensure you have provided your UTS Student or Staff ID number in your UTS Open Profile (under ‘A bit about you’).
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The Honourable Peter Vickery QC has a LLB from the University of Melbourne and a LLM from Kings College, University of London. He was admitted to practice in 1973, commenced practice as a Barrister in 1978 and appointed QC in 1995. He was appointed Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2008 until 2018, having established and managed the Technology, Engineering and Construction List. He is the inaugural Patron of the Society of Construction Law (AU)and has over 40 years’ experience in arbitration and litigation in complex construction and commercial cases.
Peter now works as an arbitrator, court-appointed referee, DRB panellist, mediator, ENE evaluator, and provides expert determinations, specialising in commercial, technology, engineering, construction and IP disputes, joining UTS Law in 2019. In 2020, he became a founding member of Underground Works Chambers. His focus as a judge in litigation and in alternative dispute resolution, has been and is, to produce a binding outcome in the most efficient manner possible to minimise cost and delay.
Note: Course content recorded April 2020
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