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Sydney Law School and Australian Securities and Investments Commission convene successful Seminar



27 February 2014

Left to Right: Justice Ashley Black, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Carole Comerton-Forde, Professor of Finance, University of Melbourne, Dr Greg O'Mahoney, Barrister, Seven Wentworth, Bronwyn Hill, Senior Manager Market & Participant Supervision, ASIC, Chris Savundra, ‎Senior Executive leader, Markets Enforcement, ASIC and Professor Jennifer Hill, Sydney Law School.
Left to Right: Justice Ashley Black, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Carole Comerton-Forde, Professor of Finance, University of Melbourne, Dr Greg O'Mahoney, Barrister, Seven Wentworth, Bronwyn Hill, Senior Manager Market & Participant Supervision, ASIC, Chris Savundra, ‎Senior Executive leader, Markets Enforcement, ASIC and Professor Jennifer Hill, Sydney Law School.

On Thursday 20 February 2014, Sydney Law School and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission held a successful joint seminar on Market Manipulation. The topic of market manipulation has become a regulatory focal point, particularly since the global financial crisis. The event, which was sold out, was the first of Sydney Law School's 2014 Law & Business Series Seminar and Conference Series.

The Market Manipulation seminar featured an expert panel of speakers; Justice Ashley Black, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Carole Comerton-Forde, Professor of Finance, University of Melbourne and Dr Greg O'Mahoney, Barrister, Seven Wentworth. The seminar discussed developments in the field of market manipulation and examined recent case law, including the Australian High Court decision in Director of Public Prosecutions (Cth) v JM [2013] HCA 30 (27 June 2013).

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Upcoming Ross Parsons Law & Business Seminar - Monday 7 April

John Kluver, Executive Director of Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee (CMAC)& Associate Professor Jason Zein will present Crowd sourced equity funding: What should be the Australian response?

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Law & Business 2014 Program

Sydney Law School is pleased to announce its Law and Business Program for 2014. We offer an innovative and internationally recognised program in Law and Business. The program is taught by a distinguished group of Resident, Adjunct, and International Faculty members, with extensive experience in the area of law and business.

PLEASE NOTE: Students can also enrol in single units as part of their professional development under the Legal Professional Development program (LPD). Single unit enrolment students are not required to undertake assignments or examinations.

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