Lunchtime Seminar Series with Joan Loughrey, University of Leeds
5 February 2009
This lunchtime seminar is presented in conjunction with the Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law
Joan Loughrey is Senior Lecturer, School of Law, University of Leeds and Deputy Director, Centre for Business Law and Practice. Her research interests include corporate governance, legal professional privilege and confidentiality and privacy and legal ethics.
Seminar Topic: Identifying the Corporate Lawyer's Client
The presentation examines how UK law and professional guidance identifies 'the client' in the corporate context, and compares the position in the US and Australia. It considers the corporate governance implications of the UK position for companies and shareholders and professional liability implications for lawyers.
Time: Light lunch 12:30pm - 1:00pm; Seminar 1:00pm - 2.00pm
Location: Sydney Law School, Minter Ellison Conference Room (Level 13)
Contact: Events Coordinator
Phone: 9351 0238