Corporate, Securities & Finance Law
Sydney Law School offers an innovative and internationally recognised program in Corporate, Securities and Finance Law. Students interested in business law can choose from a wide array of courses in the areas of corporate governance and regulation; corporate finance and securities law; acquisitions and restructuring and insolvency. Many of these units are taught from a comparative and international perspective. The aim of the program is to equip students with expertise to practise business law in a global environment.
The program is taught by a distinguished group of Resident, Adjunct, and International Faculty members with extensive experience in business law.
Resident Faculty members include
Professor Jennifer Hill (Director)
Professors Sheelagh McCracken
Professor John Stumbles
Financial Market Regulation
Adjunct Faculty members comprise judges, barristers and solicitors.
International Faculty Members
Professor Geoffrey P. Miller, Stuyvesant P. Comfort Professor of Law, New York University;
Associate Professor Ian Lee, University of Toronto;
Professor Sarah Worthington, Downing Professor of the Laws of England, University of Cambridge.
The Sydney Law School offers a number of programs in the Corporate Law field which includes
|Course Name||Course Code||CRICOS Code|
|Master of Laws (Coursework)||(JC030)||006449G|
|Master of Global Law||(JC033)||068712F|
|Master of Business Law||(JC032)||050921M|
|Master of International Business and Law||(FC073)||074086K|
|Graduate Diploma in Law||(JF003)||008403E|
|Graduate Diploma in Corporate, Securities & Finance Law||(JF006)||028452G|
|Graduate Diploma in International Business Law||(JF009)||029885G|