LLB (Hons 1) (QUT); PhD Candidate (Law) (ANU); Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of Queensland and New South Wales and the High Court of Australia
H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney
NSW Australia 2006
Juliette Overland's research expertise is in corporate and commercial law, particularly the regulation of securities markets, insider trading and corporate social responsibility. Juliette is recognized as a leading authority on the regulation of insider trading and she has published widely in this area. She is a consultant to the Capital Markets Co-operative Research Centre and a Research Fellow of the Faculty of Business and Economics at Monash University.
In addition to her experience as an academic, Juliette has extensive practical experience as a corporate lawyer, having worked in leading Australian law firms and as the Australian legal counsel for a global technology company.
Juliette is also an enthusiastic and engaging teacher, combining her extensive practical experience with substantial theoretical knowledge of corporate and commercial law. Prior to joining the University of Sydney in January 2009, Juliette lectured in corporate and commercial law at Macquarie University.
ABC The Business
Juliette Overland is interviewed on ABC Business on the tensions between the David Jones CEO and the two directors at the centre of the share trading scandal.
ASIC and the public need to know why 06 Feb 2014
Australian Financial Review
The David Jones share trading matter has caused much controversy recently
ASIC: DJs share trades not our problem 03 Feb 2014
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has refused to say whether controversial share trading by David Jones directors was acceptable, arguing it is not the regulator's job to judge unless there are grounds for legal action. Juliette Overland was quoted in the article.
Sydney Morning Herald
More backlash is likely as regulator faces heavy criticism following several corporate scandals that have left many shareholders in the lurch.
Juliette Overland was quoted in an article which states more backlash is likely as regulator faces heavy criticism following several corporate scandals.
- Insider Trading
- Securities Market Regulation
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Corporate Crime
- Directors' Duties
Recent Units Taught
Following the ASIC investigation of share trading by David Jones' directors, Juliette discusses the need for every publicly listed company to consider the circumstances in which directors can buy or sell shares.
Juliette Overland from the Discipline of Business Law discusses the recent Hanlong Mining insider trading case and the challenges it poses for ASIC.