Private Law

Juggling multiple hats: an alumna’s work toward community service

New book pieces together the complex diversity ‘jigsaw’ in corporations

ANU Law alumna Jorgie Gorman joins others shortlisted in 2022 Women in Law awards

Private Vices and Public Virtues: Market Misconduct and the Limits of the Criminal Law

Adam Smith famously argued that the pursuit of private interests by individuals in markets would produce a common good – that private vices could produce public virtues. This can be set against an alternative tradition in which the market has been a corrupting influence, and which has seen the role of government as that of repressing or controlling those private vices or passions.

ANU students turn in premium performance to win AILA Insurance Law Moot

Shareholder Protection in Close Corporations: Book discussion

The Private Law Research Group at the ANU College of Law is hosting a discussion of the book 'Shareholder Protection in Close Corporations' (Cambridge University Press, 2022) with author Alan Koh and discussants, Prof. Pamela Hanrahan and Prof. Martin Gelter will comment on the book.

About the book:

New book rethinks shareholder rights and duties beyond the bottom line

ANU contract law scholars co-author new textbook

Regulatory insights on artificial intelligence: Research for policy

This project is a collaboration with the Centre for AI and Data Governance at SMU Singapore. The project’s research outcomes manifest in 12 essays in the forthcoming book Regulatory Insights on Artificial Intelligence: Research for Policy (Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2021, Findlay, Ford, Seoh and Thamapillai editors). The project contributions consider various aspects of legal and regulatory governance of artificial intelligence.


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