LLM (Dispute Resolution)
“Law for Construction Professionals" published by Croner CCH (now out of print)
"The Expert Witness" (now out of print)
“The Expert Witness in Construction” published by Wiley Blackwell
Human Dynamics in Construction Risk Management (chapter author)
E-Book on common question on NEC3 payment provisions, published by BuiltIntelligence
Guidance Notes (all published by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Adjudication Society then adopted by the Society of Construction Law)
- Jurisdiction of Adjudicators (2nd Edition 2015)
- Construction Contracts and Construction Operations (2013)
- Natural Justice (2013)
- Adjudicator Liens (2013)
- The Scheme for Construction Contracts (2013).
Memberships and Associations
International but particularly, Europe, the Middle East and Africa
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- Innovative and versatile adviser on a broad range of construction and related topics particularly around project risk in the build phase of projects
- UK Presidents Panel as Arbitrator and Adjudicator at the CIArb and panel interviewer for Fellowship and Charter
- Taiwan Arbitration Association panel of Arbitrators
- 20+ years of experience advising those involved in construction projects
- Managing large multi-disciplinary teams involved in advising on major infrastructure projects
- Teaches and examines on arbitration and adjudication for both the RICS and CIArb
Rob is a construction law specialist with over 20 years’ experience on a wide range of issues that arise in construction and construction related projects. He has worked for all members of the supply network, from specialist suppliers and subcontractors to government employers, project financiers/developers and asset managers.
His work has taken him to projects around the world including Australia, Georgia, Nigeria, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Oman, Hungary etc. The projects have been diverse, covering many sectors including residential and mixed use developments, iconic buildings, oil and gas pipelines, petrochemical facilities, roads, bridges, railways and many others.
Rob has worked within international law firms and a construction consultancy understanding how claims and disputes are built from the bottom up. He has spent significant time on-site on major projects working closely with the commercial team as projects are built out helping them to understand and manage their commercial risks
Rob is recognised across the construction sector for his deep understanding of complex delay and disruption claims and technical engineering issues. He has spoken widely on the proper application of the NEC form of contract and is a recognised expert in that form of contract as well as a regular speaker and advisor on FIDIC forms and more complex bespoke PPP and EPC contracts.
He has been identified in the legal directories as: “‘Excellent on rail-related disputes'…The ‘very switched on' Rob Horne heads the team” - Legal 500 2014 (Rail); “Rob Horne is ‘first class”- Legal 500 2014 (International Arbitration).