Law Week: Law and global financial security

Date & time

1–2pm Tuesday 15 May 2018

Venue

Jean Martin Room

Beryl Rawson Building #13, 13 Ellery Crescent, ANU

Speakers

Ms Pauline Bomball, ANU College of Law
Mr Cameron Roles, ANU College of Law
Professor Peta Spender, Deputy Dean, ANU College of Law
Professor Sally Wheeler, Dean, ANU College of Law

Accommodation

For interstate visitors, we offer suggestions for accommodation near ANU.

Contact

Nicole Harman
02 6125 0454
Law Week Roadshow
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This panel will examine the disruptions caused by the market and technology and consider regulatory responses. It will look at new ways of transacting such as blockchain, new labour relationships and new ways of financing such as crowdfunding.

Who should attend?

Academics interested in learning about how market and technology shifts are changing the face of global financial security.

Speakers

  • Pauline Bomball »

    Pauline Bomball has been a Lecturer at the ANU College of Law since 2012. She has teaching and research interests in the areas of labour law,  contract law and tort law. In some of her published work, Pauline has examined how the law may be developed to meet the challenges posed by new forms of work relationships.

  • Cameron Roles »

    Cameron Roles has been a Senior Lecturer at the ANU College of Law since 2009. He has teaching and research interests in labour law and corporations law. Cameron has undertaken research on sham contracting in the modern economy, and is currently undertaking a PhD  considering the topic of employee competition.

  • Peta Spender »

    Peta Spender is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law. She is a Presidential Member of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal and was formerly appointed to the ACT Courts Joint Rules Advisory Committee. Her research interests include corporations and financial markets law and litigation. She has published widely, is a co-author of leading Australian books on litigation and corporate Law, and has made submissions to various law reform bodies including the James Hardie Special Commission of Inquiry.
  • Sally Wheeler »

    Sally Wheeler has been Dean since January 2018, and was formerly a Professor and Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research and Enterprise at Queen’s University Belfast. Professor Wheeler has given major addresses and led workshops around the world, and been cited in Australian
    media as ‘one of the world’s leading experts’ on the governance of pensions. Her research interests include socio-legal studies, corporate law, and contract law.

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