Monthly Archives: May 2012
On Friday, 4 May 2012, Professor John Williams and Gabrielle Appleby from the Adelaide Law School appeared before the Senate’s Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee to give evidence in support of the submission made by a number of University of Adelaide scholars. The full submission, and a brief overview of it, is available here. On […]
One way of explaining what Paul Babie does to make a cracker is to say he teaches and researches Property Law and Property Theory with a bit of study on Law and Religion thrown in for good measure. Snore… Whoops, sorry to put you to sleep. The exciting explanation is Paul wants to know why […]
One of legal academic David Brown’s key areas of interest includes corporate rescue. David’s expertise also includes corporate law and insolvency law. In this article he shares what it is, why it is vital, and his involvement in this area.
Professor Andrew Stewart, Deputy Dean of the Adelaide Law School in the University of Adelaide spoke about a subject which he is passionate – sham contracting. Andrew’s main areas of interest are employment law, workplace relations, contract law and intellectual property. He teaches, researches, works as a consultant in industry and also with government organisations […]
Obtaining proper instructions Presenters: Margaret Castles and Anne Hewitt A 2007 study of Queensland disciplinary cases showed that an increasing number of matters concerning ‘quality of service’, including communication with clients, proceeded to disciplinary hearings. While there are no similar studies of disciplinary action in South Australia, an increasing number of complaints are being made […]