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Past CLTA Conference 2016

Enduring Issues in, and Reflections on, Corporate Law and Policy over the Past 25 Years

In 2016 The University of NSW Australia (UNSW) School of Taxation & Business Law, Sydney Australia, hosted the Corporate Law Teachers Association's (CLTA) annual conference in Sydney from 31 January to 2 February.

Conference Theme

In recognition of the 25th anniversary milestone of the CLTA in 2016, the theme was designed to capture the legal and policy challenges that corporate law has confronted over that period, at a domestic and international level.

Keynote Speaker

The keynote speakers was Professor Paul Redmond, Sir Gerard Brennan Professor of Law at the University of Technology Sydney, Emeritus Professor and former Dean of Law at University of New South Wales. Professor Redmond is also the inaugural president of the Corporate Law Teachers Association and was instrumental in establishing the association in 1991.

A copy of the final conference program can be found here.

Keynote Speech

View the keynote speech by Emeritus Professor Paul Redmond, Foundation President of the CLTA, on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary celebrated at the University of New South Wales on 1 February 2016 – hosted by the School of Taxation and Business Law and convened by A/Professor Anil Hargovan (UNSW).


Panel Discussion

Podcast link of commentary by distinguished academic panel on the scholarship and contribution of Emeritus Professor Paul Redmond to the corporate law discipline. Panellists are: Professor Ian Ramsay (University of Melbourne), Professor Stephen Bottomley (Australian National University), Professor Peta Spender (Australian National University) and Brynn O' Brien (lawyer, PhD candidate, UTS).

Past Conference Information

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