Martin Green, Course Director

Martin Green

Course Director

Martin is a well-qualified and experienced academic with a detailed knowledge of construction law and contract administration and with expertise in arbitration, adjudication and mediation. He is a Senior-Fellow of HEA, a Fellow of CIArb and a Member of CIOB.

Martin started his working life as a civil engineer before moving into building and running his own consultancy for fifteen years specialising in design, fire engineering and contract administration. He became a full-time academic in 1994 teaching construction law and contracts and in 2002 became the course leader and is now the course director for the MSc/LLM in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution.

He is actively involved in the training of arbitrators, adjudicators and mediators and works closely in conjunction with both the CIArb and RICS to this end. He is a CEDR accredited mediator.

Martin is a committed Christian and active church elder.


Current Teaching

  • MSc/LLM Construction Law & Dispute Resolution
  • Law of Obligations
  • International Arbitration: Law & Practice
  • Adjudication Decision Writing
  • Arbitration Award Writing
  • Dissertation

Research Interests

Martin is currently working towards a Professional Doctorate in Law (LLD) studying particularly the impact of sharia law on the enforcement of international arbitration awards in states where sharia law has an influence.

Martin is also studying the development of adjudication case law and how it impacts on the overall understanding of adjudication law in practice.

Martin Green, Course Director

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