FOR FELLOWS OF THE ACADEMY
Class Actions Controversy and Critique
Are class actions a good or bad thing? How can we tell? Lawyers who work on class actions spend a lot of time in the moment. This is an opportunity to step out of the moment to reflect upon these questions and explore interdisciplinary insights to see if they provide a better understanding of this fascinating phenomenon.
Speaker: Professor Peta Spender – Emeritus Professor and Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law. She is an Acting Presidential Member of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Professor Spender is co-author of the leading Australian casebook on litigation and specialises in class actions and collective redress. She is also a respected corporate law scholar
Chair: Professor Stephen Bottomley – Emeritus Professor of Commercial Law and Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law. Stephen Bottomley is an expert in corporate law with particular emphasis on corporate governance. Stephen was Dean of the ANU College of Law (2013 to 2017)
Registration is essential - closing 9 am on Friday, 29 July 2022
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