Professor Jennifer Hill

BA LLB (Hons) (Sydney) BCL (Oxf)
Professor of Corporate Law
Fellow, Australian Academy of Law
Research Member, European Corporate Governance Institute
Research Fellow, British Academy Future of the Corporation Program

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0280
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Biographical details

Jennifer Hill is Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Sydney Law School. A graduate of the University of Sydney (BA LLB (Hons) and Oxford University (BCL). She has held visiting teaching and research positions at leading international institutions, including Cambridge University; Cornell University; Duke University; NYU Law School; University of Virginia, University of Texas, and Vanderbilt University. Jennifer is a Research Member of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), where she sits on the Research Committee and chairs the Research Member Engagement Committee. She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law (AAL), a member of the External Advisory Panel of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and a Research Fellow of the British Academy'sFuture of the Corporation Programme. Jennifer has been awarded a Visiting Fellowship at Clare Hall, University of Cambridge to undertake research on directors’ duties and defective corporate cultures (July - December 2018).

Jennifer has written extensively in the areas of corporate governance and regulation. Her work, which has been cited by the Delaware Court of Chancery and appeal courts in Australia, is strongly comparative. It covers the US, UK, Australia and parts of Asia, with particular emphasis on legal theory and the historical development of corporate law. Jennifer’s recent scholarship includes the following:- Hill, “The Trajectory of American Corporate Governance: Shareholder Empowerment and Private Ordering Combat” (forthcoming, March 2019, University of Illinois Law Review); Hill, “Good Activist/Bad Activist: The Rise of International Stewardship Codes” (2018) 41 Seattle University Law Review 497; Hill and Conaglen, “Directors’ Duties and Legal Safe Harbours: A Comparative Analysis”, in Smith and Gold (eds), Research Handbook on Fiduciary Law (forthcoming 2018, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd); Dixon and Hill, “Minority Shareholder Protection in Australia”, in Conac and Gelter (eds), GlobalSecurities Litigation and Enforcement (forthcoming 2018, Cambridge University Press); “Corporate Governance in Australia” in Aronson and Kim (eds), Corporate Governance in Asia (forthcoming 2018, Cambridge University Press).

Research interests

  • Australian Corporate Law
  • UK Company Law
  • US Corporate Law
  • Comparative Corporate Governance
  • Financial Market Regulation and Enforcement
  • Shareholder Rights and Protection
  • Shareholder Stewardship; Investor Activism
  • Corporate Culture
  • Directors’ Duties
  • Executive Compensation
  • Takeover Law
  • Corporate Crime
  • Corporate Law Theory
  • Corporate Law History

Teaching and supervision

  • Australian and UK Corporate Law
  • US Corporate Law
  • Corporate Governance
  • Comparative Corporate Governance
  • Supervising postgraduate research on a wide range of topics in the area of law and business

Current projects

  • Research Fellow, British Academy’sFuture of the Corporation Programme(2018-).
  • “Good Activist/Bad Activist: The Rise of International Stewardship Codes” (forthcoming, 41Seattle Law Review497 - 524 (2018) [Special issue on Investor Time Horizons].
  • “Corporate Governance in Australia” in Joongi Kim and Bruce Aronson (eds),Corporate Governance in Asia(forthcoming 2018, Cambridge University Press).
  • “Minority Shareholder Protection in Australia” (with Olivia Dixon) in Martin Gelter (ed),Investor Protection in Securities Law(forthcoming 2018, Cambridge University Press).
  • “Directors’ Duties and Legal Safe Harbours: A Comparative Analysis” (with Matthew Conaglen), in Andrew Gold and D. Gordon Smith (eds),Research Handbook on Fiduciary Law(forthcoming 2018, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd).
  • Working Paper, “Transforming Ethics into Risk Management – Liability for (Seriously) Flawed Corporate Cultures” (forthcoming, 2018, published proceedings of Conference onCorporations and Other Legal Entities for Society and Future Generations, Victoria University of Wellington, Faculty of Law and Clarke Program on Corporations and Society, Cornell Law School.
  • Working Paper, “Regulation of Executive Compensation in the Post-Crisis Era: Say on Pay and Australia’s ‘Two Strikes’ Experiment” (with Jerome Entwistle and Thomas Kaldor).

Awards and honours

  • Research Fellow, British Academy’s Future of the Corporation Programme (2018-)
  • Research Committee Member, European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), Brussels (2018-)
  • Visiting Scholar, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (May 2017)
  • Visiting Professor, National Taiwan University (NTU) College of Law, Taipei, Taiwan (May 2017)
  • Fellow, Australian Academy of Law (AAL) (2012-)
  • Advisory Council Member, Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) (2012-2016)
  • Foreign Visiting Chair Professorship, University of Ghent, Belgium (May 2013)
  • Distinguished Guest Speaker, National Taiwan University (NTU) College of Law, Commercial and Enterprise Laws Program, Taipei, Taiwan (December 2008)
  • Visiting Scholar, Corporate Law Studies Interest Group (CoSIG), Hong Kong (May 2008)
  • Visiting Fellow, European University Institute (EUI), Florence, Italy (May 2007)
  • Visiting Professor, University of Hong Kong, Asian Institute of International Financial Law (AIIFL), Hong Kong (2005)
  • Legal Scholar Network Member, European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) 2006 [Participant in the “One Share One Vote” project, a study commissioned by the European Commission to examine proportionality between ownership and control in EU listed companies]
  • Research Member, European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) (2006-)
  • Member, Executive Committee, Australian Corporate Law Teachers Association (CLTA) (1995-1998, 2001-2007)
  • President, Australian Corporate Law Teachers Association (CLTA) (2004 - 2005)
  • Extended Research Secondment (ERS) Award, Research Institute for Humanities & Social Sciences, The University of Sydney (1998)

In the media

Please see attached CV for media information.

Selected grants

2013

  • Regulating Financial Markets in the Post-Global Financial Crisis Era; Hill J; DVC Research/Bridging Support Grant.

2012

  • Regulation and Reforms to Enhance Financial Stability in the Post-GFC Era; Hill J, Bird J, Cooper G, Dirkis M, McCracken S, Stumbles J, Tolhurst G, Vann R; Centre for International Finance and Regulation/Research Support.
  • GAP Analysis - Financial Market Law and Regulation; Hill J; Centre for International Finance and Regulation/Research Support.

2006

  • The subversion of contemporary performance based pay; Hill J, Thomas R, Masulis R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2002

  • Managerial Accountability and the continuous disclosure regime.; Hill J; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Research and Development (R&D).

2001

  • Strategic risk-shifting in performance-based pay; Hill J; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Research and Development (R&D).

2000

  • Legal and regulatory implications of the good corporate citizen model.; Hill J, Bird J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Small Grants.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Ferran, E., Moloney, N., Hill, J., Coffee, J. (2012). The Regulatory Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]

Edited Books

  • Hill, J., Thomas, R. (2015). Research Handbook on Shareholder Power. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Thomas, R., Hill, J. (2012). Research Handbook on Executive Pay. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J., Austin, R. (2011). The Takeovers Panel After 10 Years. Sydney: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.

Book Chapters

  • Hill, J. (2018). Australian Corporate Governance (Forthcoming). Corporate Governance in Asia. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hill, J., Conaglen, M. (2018). Directors' duties and legal safe harbours: A comparative analysis. In D. Gordon Smith and Andrew S. Gold (Eds.), Research Handbook on Fiduciary Law, (pp. 305-330). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J., Dixon, O. (2018). The Protection of Investors and Compensation for their Losses (Forthcoming). Global Securities Litigation and Enforcement. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hill, J. (2015). Images of the shareholder - shareholder power and shareholder powerlessness. In Jennifer Hill, Randall S. Thomas (Eds.), Research Handbook on Shareholder Power, (pp. 53-73). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J., Thomas, R. (2015). Introduction. In Jennifer Hill, Randall S. Thomas (Eds.), Research Handbook on Shareholder Power, (pp. 1-9). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2014). Evolving directors' duties in the common law world. In Adolfo Paolini (Eds.), Research Handbook on Directors' Duties, (pp. 3-43). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2013). Australia: The Architecture of Corporate Governance. In Andreas M. Fleckner, Klaus J. Hopt (Eds.), Comparative Corporate Governance: A Functional and International Analysis, (pp. 106-155). New York: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]
  • Hill, J., Thomas, R. (2012). Introduction: Research Handbook on Executive Pay. In R Thomas and J Hill (Eds.), Research Handbook on Executive Pay, (pp. 1-8). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2012). Regulating executive remuneration after the global financial crisis: common law perspectives. In R Thomas and J Hill (Eds.), Research Handbook on Executive Pay, (pp. 219-240). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2012). Why Did Australia Fare So Well In The Global Financial Crisis? In Eilis Ferran, Niamh Moloney, Jennifer G. Hill, John C. Coffee, Jr. (Eds.), The Regulatory Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis, (pp. 203-300). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hill, J. (2011). Introduction: The Takeovers Panel After 10 Years. In Jennifer G Hill and RP Austin (Eds.), The Takeovers Panel After 10 Years. Sydney: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.
  • Hill, J. (2010). Recent Developments in Directors' Duties in the Common Law World. In M Lubrano di Scorpaniello (Eds.), Corporate Governance Models and the Liability of Directors and Managers (Modelli di corporate governance e responsabilit√† di amministratori e manager), (pp. 19-48). Italy: FrancoAngeli.
  • Hill, J. (2010). Takeovers, Poison Pills, and Protectionism in Comparative Corporate Governance. In Grundmann, S; Haar, B; Merkt, H; Mulbert, P.O; Wellenho, M. (Eds.), Festschrift fur Klaus J. Hopt zum 70. Geburtstag am 24. August 2010, (pp. 795-815). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Hill, J. (2009). New Trends in the Regulation of Executive Compensation. In Justice RP Austin, AY Bilski (Eds.), Directors in Troubled Times. Australia: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.
  • Hill, J. (2007). Comparative Corporate Governance and Russia - Coming full Circle. Corporate Governance: Policy Perspectives, (pp. 129-146). Hyderabad, India: Amicus Books, The ICFAI University Press.
  • Hill, J. (2007). Evolving 'Rules of the Game' in Corporate Governance Reform. In Justin OBrien (Eds.), Private Equity, Corporate Governance and the Dynamics of Capital Market Regulation, (pp. 29-54). UK: Imperial College Press. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2004). Comparative Corporate Governance and Russia - Coming Full Circle. In Guenther Doeker-Mach & Klaus A. Ziegert (Eds.), Law and Legal Culture in Comparative Perspective, (pp. 394-405). Stuttgart, Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag.
  • Hill, J. (2004). Comparative Corporate Governance and Russia - Coming Full Circle. In G Doeker-Mach, K A Ziegert (Eds.), Alice Erh-Soon Tay: Lawyer, Scholar, Civil Servant, (pp. 153-164). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.
  • Hill, J. (2004). Corporate Scandals Across The Globe: Regulating the Role of the Director. In G. Ferrarini, K. J. Hopt, J. Winter & E. Wymeersch (Eds.), Reforming Company and Takeover Law in Europe, (pp. 225-266). London: Oxford University Press.
  • Hill, J. (2003). Corporate governance and the role of the employee. In Paul J. Gollan and Glenn Patmore (Eds.), Partnership At Work: The Challenge Of Employee Democracy, (pp. 110-121). Australia: Pluto Press.
  • Hill, J. (2002). Corporate Criminal Liability in Australia: An evolving Corporate Governance Technique? In Low Chee Keong et al (Eds.), Corporate Governance: An Asia-Pacific critique, (pp. 519-566). Asia: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Hill, J. (2000). Public Beginnings, Private Ends - Should corporate law privilege interests of share holders? In Fiona Macmillan (Eds.), International Corporate Law: Volume 1, (pp. 17-35). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Hill, J. (1998). Changes in the Role of the Shareholder. In Ross Grantham, Charles Rickett (Eds.), Corporate Personality in the 20th Century, (pp. 175-213). United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Hill, J., Harmer, R. (1996). Criminal Liability of Corporations - Australia. In Doelder, Tiedemann (Eds.), La Criminalisation du Comportement Collectif [Criminal Liability of Corporations]. The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.
  • Hill, J. (1995). The Accountability of Management Under Enterprise Bargaining Law. In Paul Ronfeldt, Ron McCallum (Eds.), Enterprise Bargaining: Trade unions and the law, (pp. 208-236). Australia: Federation Press.
  • Hill, J., Ramsay, I. (1994). Institutional Investment in Australia: Theory and Evidence. In Gordon Walker, Brent Fisse (Eds.), Securities Regulation in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 289-312). New Zealand: Oxford University Press.
  • Hill, J. (1994). Institutional Investors and Corporate Governance in Australia. In Theodor Baums, Richard M. Buxbaum, Klaus J. Hopt (Eds.), Institutional Investors and Corporate Governance, (pp. 583-607). Germany: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Hill, J. (1986). Preference Shares. In R.P. Austin, Richard Vann (Eds.), The Law of Public Company Finance, (pp. 139-168). Australia: Lawbook Co.

Journals

  • Hill, J. (2019). The trajectory of American corporate governance: Shareholder empowerment and private ordering combat (Forthcoming). University of Illinois Law Review.
  • Hill, J. (2018). Good activist/bad activist: The rise of international stewardship codes. Seattle University Law Review, 41(2), 497-524.
  • Hill, J. (2012). Centro and the Monitoring Board - Legal Duties Versus Aspirational Ideals in Corporate Governance. UNSW Law Journal, 35(1), 341-359.
  • Hill, J., Masulis, R., Thomas, R. (2011). Comparing CEO Employment Contract Provisions: Differences Between Australia and the United States. Vanderbilt Law Review, 64(2), 559-608.
  • Hill, J. (2010). Subverting Shareholder Rights: Lessons from News Corp's Migration to Delaware. Corporate Practice Commentator, 52, 55.
  • Hill, J. (2010). Subverting Shareholder Rights: Lessons from News Corp.'s Migration to Delaware. Vanderbilt Law Review, 63(1), 1-51.
  • Hill, J. (2010). The Rising Tension Between Shareholder and Director Power in the Common Law World. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 18(4), 344-359. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2010). Then and Now: Professor Berle and the Unpredictable Shareholder. Seattle University Law Review, 33(4), 1005-1023.
  • Hill, J. (2008). Evolving 'Rules of the Game' in Corporate Governance Reform. International Journal of Corporate Governance, 1(1), 28-48.
  • Hill, J. (2008). Regulatory Show and Tell: Lessons from International Statutory Regimes. Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, 33(3), 819-843.
  • Hill, J. (2006). Regulating Executive Remuneration: International Developments in the Post-Scandal Era. European Company Law, 3(2), 64-74.
  • Hill, J. (2006). Regulating Executive Remuneration: International Developments in the Post-Scandal Era. The ICFAI Journal of Corporate and Securities Law.
  • Hill, J. (2005). Regulatory Responses to Global Corporate Scandals. Wisconsin International Law Journal, 23(3), 367-416.
  • Hill, J. (2005). The Persistent Debate about Convergence in Comparative Corporate Governance: Jeffrey N Gordon & Mark J Roe (eds), Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance (2004). Sydney Law Review, 27, 743-752.
  • Hill, J. (2003). Corporate Criminal Liability in Australia: An Evolving Corporate Governance Technique? Journal of Business Law, 2003 (1).
  • Hill, J. (2002). Back to the Future? Bigshop 2 and Defensive Tactics in Takeovers. Company and Securities Law Journal, 20(2), 126-140.
  • Hill, J., Yablon, C. (2002). Corporate Governance and Executive Remuneration - Rediscovering managerial positional conflict. UNSW Law Journal, 25(2), 294-319.
  • Hill, J., Yablon, C. (2002). Corporate Governance and Executive Remuneration: Rediscovering Managerial Positional Conflict. UNSW Law Journal, 25(2), 294-319.
  • Hill, J. (2002). Introduction: Comparative Corporate Governance and Takeovers. Sydney Law Review, 24(3), 319-322.
  • Hill, J. (2001). The Transformation of Corporate Ethics into Risk Management. Keeping Good Companies, 53, 26.
  • Hill, J., Kriewaldt, J. (2001). Theory and Practice in Takeover Law - Further Reflections on Pinnacle No 8. Company and Securities Law Journal, 19, 391-396.
  • Hill, J. (2000). Timing Corporate Disclosures to Maximise Performance-Based Remuneration: A case of Misaligned Incentives? Wake Forest Law Review, 35, 83.
  • Hill, J. (2000). Visions and Revision of the Shareholder. American Journal of Comparative Law, 48, 39-79.
  • Hill, J. (1999). Deconstructing Sunbeam - Contemporary Issues in Corporate Governance. University of Cincinnati Law Review, 67(4), 1099-1128.
  • Hill, J. (1999). Deconstructing Sunbeam - Contemporary Issues in Corporate Governance. Company and Securities Law Journal, 17(5), 288-306.
  • Bird, J., Hill, J. (1999). Regulatory Rooms in Australian Corporate Law. Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 25(3), 555-606.
  • Hill, J. (1998). Prohibiting Bribery of Foreign Public Officials - Implications for Corporate Criminal Liability. Company and Securities Law Journal, 16(5), 384-388.
  • Hill, J. (1996). "What Reward Have Ye?" Disclosure of Director and Executive Remuneration in Australia. Company and Securities Law Journal, 14(4), 232-247.
  • Hill, J. (1996). Corporate Groups, Creditor Protection and Cross Guarantees - Australian Perspectives. Corporate Practice Commentator, 38, 381-416.
  • Hill, J. (1995). At the Frontiers of Labour Law and Corporate Law: Enterprise Bargaining, Corporations and Employees. Federal Law Review, 23(2), 204-225.
  • Hill, J. (1995). Corporate Groups, Creditor Protection and Cross Guarantees: Australian Perspectives. Canadian Business Law Journal, 25(3), 321-356.
  • Hill, J. (1995). Inspection of Corporate Books and Documents by Company Directors. Company and Securities Law Journal, 13(7), 462-466.
  • Hill, J. (1994). Corporate Rights and Accountability - The Privilege against Self-Incrimination and the Implications of Environment Protection Authority v Caltex Refining Co Pty Ltd. Corporate and Business Law Journal, 7(1), 127-148.
  • Hill, J., Loughlan, P. (1993). Feminism and Dolls' Houses (Review Essay): The Hidden Gender of Law by Regina Graycar and Jenny Morgan, Federation Press, 1990, 464pp, $45, ISBN 1862870411. Sydney Law Review, 15(3), 373-382.
  • Hill, J. (1992). Cross Guarantees in Corporate Groups. Company and Securities Law Journal, 10(5), 312-317.
  • Hill, J. (1992). Protecting Minority Shareholders and Reasonable Expectations. Company and Securities Law Journal, 10(2), 86-104.
  • Hill, J. (1992). The Liability of Passive Directors: Morley v Statewide Tobacco Services Ltd. Sydney Law Review, 14(4), 504-510.
  • Hill, J. (1990). Companies - takeover - conditions with respect to redeemable preference shares as part of offer of acquisition. Australian Law Journal, 64(4), 221-224.
  • Hill, J., Kingsford-Smith, D. (1990). Electronic Funds Transfer and Consumer Protection (Transfert Electronique de Fonds et Protection du Consommateur*), Eds, Th. Bourgoignie et M. Goyens. Pages 1-316. 1990. Storie Scientia. Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice, 1(4), 296-298.
  • Hill, J. (1989). Close Corporations in Australia - The Close Corporations Bill 1988. Canadian Business Law Journal, 15(1), 43-60.
  • Hill, J. (1987). Companies - inspection by shareholders of corporate books and documents. Australian Law Journal, 61(10), 657-659.
  • Hill, J. (1986). Companies - duties of directors towards creditors - whether there are such duties when company is solvent. Australian Law Journal, 60(9), 525-527.
  • Hill, J., Carter, J. (1986). Repudiation of Leases: Further Developments. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 1986, 262-271.
  • Hill, J., Carter, J. (1986). Severance, Illegal Contracts and Company Law. Company and Securities Law Journal, 4(3), 183-188.

Other

  • Robertson, A., Hill, J. (2011), News Ltd launches internal inquiry. Television.
  • Hill, J., Masulis, R., Thomas, R. (2010), Comparing CEO Employment Contract Provisions.
  • Hill, J. (2008), Regulatory Show and Tell: Lessons from International Statutory Regimes.
  • Hill, J. (2008), The Shifting Balance of Power Between Shareholders and the Board.
  • Long, S., Hill, J. (2005), ASIC criticised over Vizard case. Television.

2019

  • Hill, J. (2019). The trajectory of American corporate governance: Shareholder empowerment and private ordering combat (Forthcoming). University of Illinois Law Review.

2018

  • Hill, J. (2018). Australian Corporate Governance (Forthcoming). Corporate Governance in Asia. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hill, J., Conaglen, M. (2018). Directors' duties and legal safe harbours: A comparative analysis. In D. Gordon Smith and Andrew S. Gold (Eds.), Research Handbook on Fiduciary Law, (pp. 305-330). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2018). Good activist/bad activist: The rise of international stewardship codes. Seattle University Law Review, 41(2), 497-524.
  • Hill, J., Dixon, O. (2018). The Protection of Investors and Compensation for their Losses (Forthcoming). Global Securities Litigation and Enforcement. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

2015

  • Hill, J. (2015). Images of the shareholder - shareholder power and shareholder powerlessness. In Jennifer Hill, Randall S. Thomas (Eds.), Research Handbook on Shareholder Power, (pp. 53-73). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J., Thomas, R. (2015). Introduction. In Jennifer Hill, Randall S. Thomas (Eds.), Research Handbook on Shareholder Power, (pp. 1-9). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J., Thomas, R. (2015). Research Handbook on Shareholder Power. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]

2014

  • Hill, J. (2014). Evolving directors' duties in the common law world. In Adolfo Paolini (Eds.), Research Handbook on Directors' Duties, (pp. 3-43). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]

2013

  • Hill, J. (2013). Australia: The Architecture of Corporate Governance. In Andreas M. Fleckner, Klaus J. Hopt (Eds.), Comparative Corporate Governance: A Functional and International Analysis, (pp. 106-155). New York: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]

2012

  • Hill, J. (2012). Centro and the Monitoring Board - Legal Duties Versus Aspirational Ideals in Corporate Governance. UNSW Law Journal, 35(1), 341-359.
  • Hill, J., Thomas, R. (2012). Introduction: Research Handbook on Executive Pay. In R Thomas and J Hill (Eds.), Research Handbook on Executive Pay, (pp. 1-8). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2012). Regulating executive remuneration after the global financial crisis: common law perspectives. In R Thomas and J Hill (Eds.), Research Handbook on Executive Pay, (pp. 219-240). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Thomas, R., Hill, J. (2012). Research Handbook on Executive Pay. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Ferran, E., Moloney, N., Hill, J., Coffee, J. (2012). The Regulatory Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2012). Why Did Australia Fare So Well In The Global Financial Crisis? In Eilis Ferran, Niamh Moloney, Jennifer G. Hill, John C. Coffee, Jr. (Eds.), The Regulatory Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis, (pp. 203-300). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

2011

  • Hill, J., Masulis, R., Thomas, R. (2011). Comparing CEO Employment Contract Provisions: Differences Between Australia and the United States. Vanderbilt Law Review, 64(2), 559-608.
  • Hill, J. (2011). Introduction: The Takeovers Panel After 10 Years. In Jennifer G Hill and RP Austin (Eds.), The Takeovers Panel After 10 Years. Sydney: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.
  • Robertson, A., Hill, J. (2011), News Ltd launches internal inquiry. Television.
  • Hill, J., Austin, R. (2011). The Takeovers Panel After 10 Years. Sydney: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.

2010

  • Hill, J., Masulis, R., Thomas, R. (2010), Comparing CEO Employment Contract Provisions.
  • Hill, J. (2010). Recent Developments in Directors' Duties in the Common Law World. In M Lubrano di Scorpaniello (Eds.), Corporate Governance Models and the Liability of Directors and Managers (Modelli di corporate governance e responsabilit√† di amministratori e manager), (pp. 19-48). Italy: FrancoAngeli.
  • Hill, J. (2010). Subverting Shareholder Rights: Lessons from News Corp's Migration to Delaware. Corporate Practice Commentator, 52, 55.
  • Hill, J. (2010). Subverting Shareholder Rights: Lessons from News Corp.'s Migration to Delaware. Vanderbilt Law Review, 63(1), 1-51.
  • Hill, J. (2010). Takeovers, Poison Pills, and Protectionism in Comparative Corporate Governance. In Grundmann, S; Haar, B; Merkt, H; Mulbert, P.O; Wellenho, M. (Eds.), Festschrift fur Klaus J. Hopt zum 70. Geburtstag am 24. August 2010, (pp. 795-815). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Hill, J. (2010). The Rising Tension Between Shareholder and Director Power in the Common Law World. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 18(4), 344-359. [More Information]
  • Hill, J. (2010). Then and Now: Professor Berle and the Unpredictable Shareholder. Seattle University Law Review, 33(4), 1005-1023.

2009

  • Hill, J. (2009). New Trends in the Regulation of Executive Compensation. In Justice RP Austin, AY Bilski (Eds.), Directors in Troubled Times. Australia: Ross Parsons Centre of Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law.

2008

  • Hill, J. (2008). Evolving 'Rules of the Game' in Corporate Governance Reform. International Journal of Corporate Governance, 1(1), 28-48.
  • Hill, J. (2008). Regulatory Show and Tell: Lessons from International Statutory Regimes. Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, 33(3), 819-843.
  • Hill, J. (2008), Regulatory Show and Tell: Lessons from International Statutory Regimes.
  • Hill, J. (2008), The Shifting Balance of Power Between Shareholders and the Board.

2007

  • Hill, J. (2007). Comparative Corporate Governance and Russia - Coming full Circle. Corporate Governance: Policy Perspectives, (pp. 129-146). Hyderabad, India: Amicus Books, The ICFAI University Press.
  • Hill, J. (2007). Evolving 'Rules of the Game' in Corporate Governance Reform. In Justin OBrien (Eds.), Private Equity, Corporate Governance and the Dynamics of Capital Market Regulation, (pp. 29-54). UK: Imperial College Press. [More Information]

2006

  • Hill, J. (2006). Regulating Executive Remuneration: International Developments in the Post-Scandal Era. European Company Law, 3(2), 64-74.
  • Hill, J. (2006). Regulating Executive Remuneration: International Developments in the Post-Scandal Era. The ICFAI Journal of Corporate and Securities Law.

2005

  • Long, S., Hill, J. (2005), ASIC criticised over Vizard case. Television.
  • Hill, J. (2005). Regulatory Responses to Global Corporate Scandals. Wisconsin International Law Journal, 23(3), 367-416.
  • Hill, J. (2005). The Persistent Debate about Convergence in Comparative Corporate Governance: Jeffrey N Gordon & Mark J Roe (eds), Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Governance (2004). Sydney Law Review, 27, 743-752.

2004

  • Hill, J. (2004). Comparative Corporate Governance and Russia - Coming Full Circle. In Guenther Doeker-Mach & Klaus A. Ziegert (Eds.), Law and Legal Culture in Comparative Perspective, (pp. 394-405). Stuttgart, Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag.
  • Hill, J. (2004). Comparative Corporate Governance and Russia - Coming Full Circle. In G Doeker-Mach, K A Ziegert (Eds.), Alice Erh-Soon Tay: Lawyer, Scholar, Civil Servant, (pp. 153-164). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.
  • Hill, J. (2004). Corporate Scandals Across The Globe: Regulating the Role of the Director. In G. Ferrarini, K. J. Hopt, J. Winter & E. Wymeersch (Eds.), Reforming Company and Takeover Law in Europe, (pp. 225-266). London: Oxford University Press.

2003

  • Hill, J. (2003). Corporate Criminal Liability in Australia: An Evolving Corporate Governance Technique? Journal of Business Law, 2003 (1).
  • Hill, J. (2003). Corporate governance and the role of the employee. In Paul J. Gollan and Glenn Patmore (Eds.), Partnership At Work: The Challenge Of Employee Democracy, (pp. 110-121). Australia: Pluto Press.

2002

  • Hill, J. (2002). Back to the Future? Bigshop 2 and Defensive Tactics in Takeovers. Company and Securities Law Journal, 20(2), 126-140.
  • Hill, J. (2002). Corporate Criminal Liability in Australia: An evolving Corporate Governance Technique? In Low Chee Keong et al (Eds.), Corporate Governance: An Asia-Pacific critique, (pp. 519-566). Asia: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Hill, J., Yablon, C. (2002). Corporate Governance and Executive Remuneration - Rediscovering managerial positional conflict. UNSW Law Journal, 25(2), 294-319.
  • Hill, J., Yablon, C. (2002). Corporate Governance and Executive Remuneration: Rediscovering Managerial Positional Conflict. UNSW Law Journal, 25(2), 294-319.
  • Hill, J. (2002). Introduction: Comparative Corporate Governance and Takeovers. Sydney Law Review, 24(3), 319-322.

2001

  • Hill, J. (2001). The Transformation of Corporate Ethics into Risk Management. Keeping Good Companies, 53, 26.
  • Hill, J., Kriewaldt, J. (2001). Theory and Practice in Takeover Law - Further Reflections on Pinnacle No 8. Company and Securities Law Journal, 19, 391-396.

2000

  • Hill, J. (2000). Public Beginnings, Private Ends - Should corporate law privilege interests of share holders? In Fiona Macmillan (Eds.), International Corporate Law: Volume 1, (pp. 17-35). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Hill, J. (2000). Timing Corporate Disclosures to Maximise Performance-Based Remuneration: A case of Misaligned Incentives? Wake Forest Law Review, 35, 83.
  • Hill, J. (2000). Visions and Revision of the Shareholder. American Journal of Comparative Law, 48, 39-79.

1999

  • Hill, J. (1999). Deconstructing Sunbeam - Contemporary Issues in Corporate Governance. University of Cincinnati Law Review, 67(4), 1099-1128.
  • Hill, J. (1999). Deconstructing Sunbeam - Contemporary Issues in Corporate Governance. Company and Securities Law Journal, 17(5), 288-306.
  • Bird, J., Hill, J. (1999). Regulatory Rooms in Australian Corporate Law. Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 25(3), 555-606.

1998

  • Hill, J. (1998). Changes in the Role of the Shareholder. In Ross Grantham, Charles Rickett (Eds.), Corporate Personality in the 20th Century, (pp. 175-213). United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
  • Hill, J. (1998). Prohibiting Bribery of Foreign Public Officials - Implications for Corporate Criminal Liability. Company and Securities Law Journal, 16(5), 384-388.

1996

  • Hill, J. (1996). "What Reward Have Ye?" Disclosure of Director and Executive Remuneration in Australia. Company and Securities Law Journal, 14(4), 232-247.
  • Hill, J. (1996). Corporate Groups, Creditor Protection and Cross Guarantees - Australian Perspectives. Corporate Practice Commentator, 38, 381-416.
  • Hill, J., Harmer, R. (1996). Criminal Liability of Corporations - Australia. In Doelder, Tiedemann (Eds.), La Criminalisation du Comportement Collectif [Criminal Liability of Corporations]. The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.

1995

  • Hill, J. (1995). At the Frontiers of Labour Law and Corporate Law: Enterprise Bargaining, Corporations and Employees. Federal Law Review, 23(2), 204-225.
  • Hill, J. (1995). Corporate Groups, Creditor Protection and Cross Guarantees: Australian Perspectives. Canadian Business Law Journal, 25(3), 321-356.
  • Hill, J. (1995). Inspection of Corporate Books and Documents by Company Directors. Company and Securities Law Journal, 13(7), 462-466.
  • Hill, J. (1995). The Accountability of Management Under Enterprise Bargaining Law. In Paul Ronfeldt, Ron McCallum (Eds.), Enterprise Bargaining: Trade unions and the law, (pp. 208-236). Australia: Federation Press.

1994

  • Hill, J. (1994). Corporate Rights and Accountability - The Privilege against Self-Incrimination and the Implications of Environment Protection Authority v Caltex Refining Co Pty Ltd. Corporate and Business Law Journal, 7(1), 127-148.
  • Hill, J., Ramsay, I. (1994). Institutional Investment in Australia: Theory and Evidence. In Gordon Walker, Brent Fisse (Eds.), Securities Regulation in Australia and New Zealand, (pp. 289-312). New Zealand: Oxford University Press.
  • Hill, J. (1994). Institutional Investors and Corporate Governance in Australia. In Theodor Baums, Richard M. Buxbaum, Klaus J. Hopt (Eds.), Institutional Investors and Corporate Governance, (pp. 583-607). Germany: Walter de Gruyter.

1993

  • Hill, J., Loughlan, P. (1993). Feminism and Dolls' Houses (Review Essay): The Hidden Gender of Law by Regina Graycar and Jenny Morgan, Federation Press, 1990, 464pp, $45, ISBN 1862870411. Sydney Law Review, 15(3), 373-382.

1992

  • Hill, J. (1992). Cross Guarantees in Corporate Groups. Company and Securities Law Journal, 10(5), 312-317.
  • Hill, J. (1992). Protecting Minority Shareholders and Reasonable Expectations. Company and Securities Law Journal, 10(2), 86-104.
  • Hill, J. (1992). The Liability of Passive Directors: Morley v Statewide Tobacco Services Ltd. Sydney Law Review, 14(4), 504-510.

1990

  • Hill, J. (1990). Companies - takeover - conditions with respect to redeemable preference shares as part of offer of acquisition. Australian Law Journal, 64(4), 221-224.
  • Hill, J., Kingsford-Smith, D. (1990). Electronic Funds Transfer and Consumer Protection (Transfert Electronique de Fonds et Protection du Consommateur*), Eds, Th. Bourgoignie et M. Goyens. Pages 1-316. 1990. Storie Scientia. Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice, 1(4), 296-298.

1989

  • Hill, J. (1989). Close Corporations in Australia - The Close Corporations Bill 1988. Canadian Business Law Journal, 15(1), 43-60.

1987

  • Hill, J. (1987). Companies - inspection by shareholders of corporate books and documents. Australian Law Journal, 61(10), 657-659.

1986

  • Hill, J. (1986). Companies - duties of directors towards creditors - whether there are such duties when company is solvent. Australian Law Journal, 60(9), 525-527.
  • Hill, J. (1986). Preference Shares. In R.P. Austin, Richard Vann (Eds.), The Law of Public Company Finance, (pp. 139-168). Australia: Lawbook Co.
  • Hill, J., Carter, J. (1986). Repudiation of Leases: Further Developments. The Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 1986, 262-271.
  • Hill, J., Carter, J. (1986). Severance, Illegal Contracts and Company Law. Company and Securities Law Journal, 4(3), 183-188.

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