Thinking hard about lawyers, corporations and the environment: A Conversation with Professor Steven Vaughan

Date & time
1–2pm Tuesday 3 October 2023

Phillipa Weeks Staff Library, Room 7.4.1.

ANU College of Law, Building 7 Fellows Road, Acton, ACT, 2601

Professor Steven Vaughan
College of Law Visitors Committee
ANU College of Law Visitor Seminar

Part of the ANU College of Law Visitors Seminar Series series

Steven Vaughan

In this Q&A session, Professor Stephen Vaughan (University College London) will talk about how he has forged an interdisciplinary academic agenda spanning environmental law and corporate law, as well as legal ethics, and speak about recent projects and their challenges. 

This is a great opportunity to hear from one of the leading experts in environmental law and professional ethics. Professor Vaughan's insights will be valuable to scholars interested in the intersection of law, ethics, and the environment.


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    Steven Vaughan

    Steven Vaughan is Vice Dean (Strategy) and Professor of Law and Professional Ethics at the Faculty of Laws, University College London. The author and editor of four books and dozens of peer-reviewed journal papers and other publications, he is a recognised world-leading scholar in two primary academic fields: environmental law (including on climate change, chemicals regulation, planning law, and contaminated land development); and the legal profession (writing on ethics, diversity, regulation, and legal education). Steven began his career in 2003 with a decade in the City, working as an environmental law solicitor in two elite global law firms, first at Freshfields and then at Latham & Watkins.

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