Another Election…

socla logo… for directorship of the Society of Construction Law Australia. Voting closes at noon (AEST) today.

Voting is secret, of course, but I am endorsing Laina Chan, who has been doing a great job as the current Secretary. It is important that she gets the support needed to retain her seat on the Board and continue her good work,

Members of the Society can vote on the Society’s website here.

I was a founding member and on the Board for a number years: SoCLA is a well worthwhile organisation.  So, if you are a member of SoCLA and have not yet voted, this morning is the time to do so.

One thought on “Another Election…

  1. how good are you? so appreciate your support!

    I have moved to 2 Selborne Chambers.
    Please note my new contact details below.
    laina chan

    2 Selborne Chambers
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    telephone +612 8023 9026
    facsimile +612 9231 3320
    mobile +61 409 500 685

    Director, Secretary of Society of Construction Law Australia
    Member of Melbourne TEC Chambers

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