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


Wednesday, 7 July, 2021

This is the first lecture of its kind whereby practitioners and adjudicators will provide an all-you-need-to-know update on recently decided adjudication case law.  This lecture will review all the cases decided in 2021.  

Thursday, 15 July, 2021

On this occasion, as the first ever Adjudication Society Golf Day & Social, the event is an open invitation to both members of the Adjudication Society and non-members alike.


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.

Nominations requested for the Executive Committee for 2020–2021.

A 367 page PDF with all papers and presentations from the 2019 Annual Conference is available for purchase at a cost of £25. You will have immediate access after payment.

The Society has introduced a new feature which enables bona fide research students to submit a request for members to help with their research. Can you help with a new request?

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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