The CLMR Practitioners' Forum will provide high quality analysis of recent legal, regulatory and policy developments in company law, fiduciary duties, banking and fin-tech as well as company...

The Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation and the partners of Herbert Smith Freehills invite you to attend a seminar on the important trends emerging in the financial services arena.

This conference explored the future of professional practice in the 21st century. This includes professional practice in large firms, the tension between high remuneration and professional ethics,...

The Digital Financial Services Team of UNSW hosted the Conference on the Regulation of Digital Financial Services on 10-11 December 2015.

The CLMR Symposium on Competitive Neutrality took place on 28 and 29 October, 2015, hosted by Associate Professor Deborah Healey.

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Changes to Commercial and Corporations Practice in the Federal Court of Australia

Published in the Law Society Journal, February 2017. Authored by Michael Legg, Associate Professor, UNSW Law and member of the Law Society’s Future Committee.

CLMR Practitioners' Forum 2017

The CLMR Practitioners' Forum will provide high quality analysis of recent legal, regulatory and policy developments in company law, fiduciary duties, banking, fin-tech, company administration an

“Doping in Sport and the Law” launched by John Fahey

Mr John Fahey launches "Doping in Sport and the Law" an edited collection conceived by CLMR's Associate Professor Deborah Healey.

CLMR Working Paper Series:A Servant of Two Masters? Conflicts of Duty in the Australian Financial Services Industry (16-2)

M Scott Donald considers the application of the classic fiduciary proscription on conflicts of duties to the evolving models of governance found in the superannuation and managed funds sectors.

CLMR Working Paper Series: Independence in Practice: Superannuation Fund Governance through the Eyes of Fund Directors (16-3)

M Scott Donald and Suzanne Le Mire report on a series of interviews with current superannuation fund directors.