The Adelaide Law School is delighted to announce that Associate Professor Suzanne Le Mire has taken up the offer of Dean of Law until the end of January 2017.
Associate Professor Le Mire is eminently qualified to lead the Adelaide Law School this year. After practising at Piper Alderman in Adelaide, Associate Professor Le Mire moved to academia. She joined the Adelaide Law School in 2008, completing her doctorate from Monash University. Her research interests have focused on the regulation of governance and ethics. In these fields her work has explored corporate and superannuation governance as well as the regulation of corporate lawyers and judges. At Adelaide Law School she has held roles such as First Year Co-ordinator, CPD Director and Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching). Suzanne has been a distinguished overseas visitor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and visiting scholar at University College London. She is a member of the SA Judicial Development Committee, the Law Council of Australia’s Corporations Committee, ASIC’s Regional Liaison Committee and a member of the International Association of Legal Ethicists, an editor of the international journal, Legal Ethics and secretary of the Australian Corporate Law Teachers Association. In 2012 Suzanne was awarded a fellowship by the National Institute for the Teaching of Ethics and Professionalism based at Georgia State University in recognition of her teaching activities.