Brian M. Samuels (Author of Practical Law Of Architecture, Engineering And Geoscience)
Practical law of architecture, engineering, and geoscience
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The length is 12 weeks. Law for Design Professionals is essentially an introductory course. It is intended to provide an introduction to basic principles in several areas of law that affect design professionals. Each area, i. A full overview and study of the principles of contract and negligence should be given in the first few weeks of the course. Some instructors find it to be a worthwhile exercise, at the start of the course, to require students to read one of the standard forms of construction contracts, such as the CCDC 2 from cover to cover. This standard form of contract, included as an appendix in the textbook, provides a good overview of many areas covered in the textbook, such as termination of contracts, delay claims, agency, indemnities, and others.