Ross Parsons Centre
The Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law was launched in 2004 to build upon Sydney Law School’s excellence in commercial, corporate and taxation law.
The Centre is active in undergraduate and postgraduate courses, conferences and seminars, sponsoring visits from international and Australian academics, encouraging research and building links with other institutions with similar goals.
Sydney Law School and Australian Securities and Investments Commission convene successful Seminar
On Thursday 20 February 2014, Sydney Law School and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission held a successful joint seminar on Market Manipulation. More
Corporate Governance and the "two strikes rule"
Professor Jennifer Hill says problems at giant retailer David Jones show how institutional investors are now prepared to use a "two strikes rule" to enforce corporate governance standards generally. More
International Research Collaboration on Federalism and Tax Harmonisation
Dr Peter Gerangelos, Professor of Constitutional Law at Sydney Law School, was recently involved in a major international research program entitled "Horizontal Tax Coordination within the EU and within States: the Role of the Courts" that was conducted by the Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law at the University of Vienna and supported by the European Science Funds. More