In the Media
Faith Gordon interviewed by WIN News
Desmond Manderson writes in Canberra Times
Michael Kobetsky quoted in Sydney Morning Herald
Jelena Gligorijevic speaks to The Australian
Andrew Ray Andrew Ray writes in The Conversation
Jelena Gligorijevic quoted in ABC News
Coronavirus restrictions could mean more risk-taking on our roads, but ACT police warn 'someone's luck will run out'
Kath Hall quoted in ABC News
Jelena Gligorijevic writes in Scoop
writes in The Conversation
Daniel Stewart interviewed by ABC Radio National - Late Night Live
- The Hon Justice John Griffiths, Federal Court of Australia
- Professor Joan Loughrey, University of Leeds
This paper explores the parameters of the concept of a business judgment, by examining how, if at all, the courts of England, Australia and the US (primarily Delaware) have defined directors' business judgment.
- Grant Wilson, Founder and CEO of Civic Capital
Amid the hype surrounding Bitcoin, the central purpose of “crypto” has been obscured. Until this changes, digital currencies are likely to remain marginalised by regulators, central banks and investment allocators, and also within academia.
Early Career Researchers (ECR) specialising in private law from various Australian universities come together to present their papers to a panel in this conference.
In this call for papers we are seeking paper proposals on a range of topics pertaining to private law and the gig economy. Papers from the workshop will likely form part of an edited collection on Private Law and the Gig Economy.
In this call for papers, we are seeking paper proposals on any topic within the work of the IELIG. All speakers are invited to publish their paper in the Australian Year Book of International Law or the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law.
- Assistant Professor Alan Koh
- Professor Pamela Hanrahan
- Professor Martin Gelter
The Private Law Research Group at the ANU College of Law is hosting a discussion of the book 'Shareholder Protection in Close Corporations' (CUP, 2022) by Alan Koh.