Philip Greenham

PO Box 24212, Melbourne 3001

Philip Greenham

Phillip has practised construction, engineering and infrastructure law for over 30 years. He practises in contentious and non-contentious work. He has extensive experience in contract drafting, contract administration advice and construction dispute resolution. He is highly regarded for enhancing his clients’ understanding of risk allocation in commercial contracts and the inherent and particular risks in disputes.

Phillip works for public and private sector clients.  He has significant experience with Government procurement authorities in relation to contracting and procurement strategies, contracting principles, and Government Codes of Conduct. He is also a specialist in resolving construction disputes across an extensive range of industries.  Phillip often presents seminars to professional associations, universities and government bodies, on a variety of topics, including procurement methodologies, effective contract management, improving contractor and consultant performance, insurance law for the construction industry and dispute avoidance.

Phillip was a founding director of the Society of Construction Law Australia and is the Immediate Past Chair of the Society.  He is a past President of the Building Dispute Practitioner’s Society, a Co-Chair of the Project Establishment Subcommittee of the International Constructions Project Committee of the IBA and a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne Law School.

Phillip has authored or co-authored chapters on arbitration (CMS Guide to Arbitration, Lorcher, Pendell and Wilson, 4th Edition, 2012) and adjudication (A Practical Guide to Construction Adjudication, James Pickavance, 2015).

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