|Corporate Governance Seminar Series Downtown 2011|
Tuesday 12 April 2011 and Tuesday 14 June 2011
In the first half of 2011 The Ross Parsons Centre will host a number of international visitors with expertise in corporate law and governance.
Our special program of corporate law seminars will examine reforms to corporate governance and surrounding issues which have arisen in response to the global financial crisis. This two part series will be held in the newly refurbished Minter Ellison Room, Old Law School Building in Philip Street, Sydney.
Tuesday 12 April
5.30pm-7.15pmInternational Conference, Sabah, Malaysia
From Corporate to Contract Governance: The Focus of Regulatory Reforms in Europe after the Global Financial Crisis
Associate Professor Florian Moslein, University of St Gallen, Switzerland; Humboldt University, Germany
Taxing Executive Remuneration: After the Global Financial Crisis
Dr Glen Loutzenheiser, St Hugh's College, University of Oxford
Tuesday 14 June 2011
Corporate Governance Reform in a Time of Crisis
Associate Professor Christopher M. Bruner, Washing and Lee University School of Law
Regulating Executive Remuneration after the Global Financial Crisis: Common Law Perspectives
Professor Jennifer Hill, Sydney Law School
For details of these seminars and to register please visit Events website.
Friday 10 June and Saturday 11 June 2011Sydney Law School in Europe
Commercial Contract Law: Malaysian and International Perspectives presented by the Journal of Contract Law in association with the Sabah Law Association and the CLA
For details of this conference and to register please visit CLA website.
From September 2010 Sydney Law School in Europe is an Accredited External Provider for the purposes of the Continuing Professional Development Scheme (CPD) by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) in the United Kingdom. Unless otherwise stated, all future Sydney Law School in Europe unit offerings will be accredited by the SRA and each unit of study may offer up to 22 CPD hours for solicitors practising in the United Kingdom.
Limited places are still available in some of our 2011 unit offerings. For detail, please visit Sydney Law School in Europe