Anthony P. Lavers | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
 Anthony Lavers
 Anthony Lavers

Anthony P. Lavers

Counsel, London

T +44 20 7532 1607

E alavers@whitecase.com

Overview

Anthony Lavers is counsel in the Construction Group in the London office. He undertakes legal research on both contentious and non-contentious work and has worked on matters relating to projects in Algeria, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Kuwait, Lesotho, Northern Ireland, Oman, Peru, Rumania, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Uzbekistan. He is also engaged in training, writing and know-how activities within the Group and more widely within the Firm. Anthony co-authored FIDIC Contracts: Law and Practice published by Informa Law from Routledge in 2009.

Prior to joining White & Case in 2001, Anthony was Professor of Law at Oxford Brookes University, where he still holds a Visiting Chair, and was a Consultant to the Construction Group of a major City firm for five years.

Bars and Courts

  • Barrister, England and Wales (Lincolns Inn)

Education

  • PhD, National University of Singapore
  • MPhil, University of Southampton
  • LLB (Hons), University College London

Languages

  • English
  • French

Experience

Publications

  • Tender contracts give hope to the disgruntled, Construction Law International (Journal of the IBA International Construction Projects Committee), Part 1 Vol 5 Issue 2, June 2010 pp. 15–20 Part 2 Vol 5 Issue 3, pp. 6–11, August 2010
  • FIDIC Contracts: Law and Practice, Informa, December 2009, (co-author with E. Baker, B. Mellors and S. Chalmers)
  • The impact of environmental factors upon construction procurement and risk exposure in UK projects, Proceedings of the European Society of Construction Law Annual Conference, pp. 93–103, Athens, 2008
  • Ethics in Construction Law – a review of the position in eight European countries, Society of Construction Law Papers No. 144, 18 pages, 2008
  • Indicators of the impact of environmental factors on UK construction law: developments in the new millennium, Construction Management and Economics, Vol 25 pp. 821–829, 2007, (co-author with D. Shiers and M. Keeping)