The Society of Construction Law, Malaysia saw its beginnings in 2003 as the Society of Construction Law (Kuala Lumpur and Selangor) with a membership comprising persons interested in construction law and residing in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
Effective 2009, the Society expanded to become a national society admitting members from all states in Malaysia. At present, the Society has over 200 members across all sectors of the construction industry.
The Society’s main aim is to promote the education, study and research in construction law and related subjects. To this end, the Society regularly organizes seminars, workshops and conferences relating to the law and practice of the construction industry in Malaysia.
In addition, through the Society's networking events, members are provided with an avenue to come together to discuss issues relating to construction law and related fields such as alternative dispute resolution, construction, project and risk management.
Details regarding membership, can be found here.
Information regarding the Society's latest events can be found here.
The profiles of the present Council can be found here.