Corporate Structure

Opinion Pieces

Legal Imagination and the Sharing Economy

“Twenty public-spirited lawyers could save the world’. What kind of lawyer comes to mind when we read this pithy phrase?

Working Papers

CLMR Working Paper Series:A Servant of Two Masters? Conflicts of Duty in the Australian Financial Services Industry (16-2)

M Scott Donald considers the application of the classic fiduciary proscription on conflicts of duties to the evolving models of governance found in the superannuation and managed funds sectors.


Rethinking Regulation in the Sharing Economy

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Professor Bronwen Morgan spoke to Digital Dialogue about regulations in the sharing economy.

The value of sharing economies

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“There’s a hunger to get out of corporatised, bureaucratised ways of interacting” - Bronwen Morgan

Sustainable Seed Alliance

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Student presentation around social enterprises for seed exchanges.


Workshopping the Sharing Economy

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Professor Morgan and Dr. Kuch co-hosted two workshops in late July 2015 aimed at sustainability enthusiasts, which sought to tease out which pieces of the regulatory puzzles warrant most attention from researchers, and to help design practical support in response.


CLMR Practitioners' Forum 2017

The CLMR Practitioners' Forum will provide high quality analysis of recent legal, regulatory and policy developments in company law, fiduciary duties, banking, fin-tech, company administration an
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