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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Beth Nosworthy

Dr Beth Nosworthy¬†studied for undergraduate degrees in Science (Maths and Computer Science), Language and Law at the University of Adelaide, completing her Honours Dissertation for Law in 2003.¬† After graduating, she worked as an Associate in the Supreme Court of South Australia and as a commercial lawyer with an Adelaide firm, before moving to the […]

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Sylvia Villios

Sylvia’s background in taxation and commercial law extends beyond academia and includes experience in legal practice. Prior to her appointment as a lecturer, Sylvia was engaged in legal practice for 6 years at two of Adelaide’s leading law firms, specialising in advising clients on taxation, trust law, superannuation and general corporate and commercial matters. Her […]

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Suzanne Le Mire

Dr Suzanne Le Mire is an Associate Professor at the Adelaide Law School and is Deputy Executive Dean for the Faculty of the Professions, University of Adelaide. Prior to moving to academia, Suzanne practiced law at Adelaide Law firm, Piper Alderman. Suzanne teaches corporate law, corporate governance and legal ethics. She is currently supervising a […]

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Chris Symes

Professor Christopher Symes‘ main academic interest is insolvency law. In this area he has written four textbooks and numerous articles for both an academic and practitioner readership. Christopher’s book Australian Insolvency Law, co-written with John Duns, is now in its second edition. His current research interests include: Corporate insolvency particularly employees and other priorities, history, […]

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