Construction Law involves the representation of owners, developers, governmental entities, contractors, subcontractors and all other parties involved in the design, development, lending, insuring and construction of public and private projects.
Lawyers in this area assist clients with scheduling, budgeting, fulfilling regulatory guidelines, contracting, submitting claims, terminations, construction dispute resolution through negotiation, litigation, arbitration, administrative hearings and more.
Click here to review the Standards for Certification in Construction Law.
Board Certified Difference - Construction Law
Why choose a lawyer Board Certified in Construction Law? Qualifications include:
- Practice law fulltime for at least 5 years as an active member of the State Bar of Texas;
- At least 5 years of Construction Law experience with a yearly minimum 40% substantial involvement with Construction Law matters;
- Application evaluations by judges and current Board Certified lawyers;
- 60 or more hours of Construction Law continuing legal education; and
- Pass a comprehensive 6-hour examination in Construction Law. Click here to review the Exam Specifications.
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