This article is all about The Technology and Construction Solicitors Association (TECSA)
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The Technology and Construction Solicitors Association (TECSA) is an association that promotes the practice of construction law in the UK and abroad as well as the interests of the members and their Clients.
According to their website they have a single purpose which is to promote the UK as a global leader in construction law. It does this by concentrating on promoting excellence, knowledge and a sense of community.
To promote a sense of community amongst its members it organises social activities across the calendar year including annual dinners, summer parties and attendance at social events such as cricket matches.
The association promotes excellence in construction law and encourages and promotes best practice and important skills.
TECSA organises training sessions and works to influence the development of new legislation and practice.
TECSA is run by a committee including a chairperson, treasurer, honorary president and various committee members.
TECSA website can be found here https://tecsa.org.uk/
The association is open to all solicitors who practice in the areas of construction, engineering and technology in construction whether it is inhouse counsel or contentious or non-contentious. It currently has about 250 members.
Robert Fenwick Elliott is a former chairman and president of TECSA.
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