Webinars/Events

Past Events

WEBINAR What we’ve heard and where to next
Feedback on Interim Report A of the Financial Services Legislation Inquiry.

On Friday 17 June 2022, the Australian Law Reform Commission hosted a webinar to discuss what we’ve heard and how the feedback received will shape the ALRC’s approach to the simplification of financial services and corporations laws.

Recording coming soon.

WEBINAR What goes where? A comparative discussion of the legislative puzzle

On Tuesday 24 May 2022, the Australian Law Reform Commission hosted a webinar featuring a panel of international experts to compare and discuss the approach of regulatory design in different jurisdictions. In particular, the panel discussed the question of what should go in primary legislation and what should go in delegated legislation.

The Hon Justice Colvin, part-time Commissioner of the ALRC and Federal Court judge, welcomed the international audience and introduced the distinguished panel:

  • Professor Julia Black CBE, Strategic Director of Innovation and Professor of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Ross Carter, Parliamentary Counsel, New Zealand Parliamentary Counsel Office
  • Professor Hans Tjio, CJ Koh Professor and Director, EW Barker Centre for Law & Business, National University of Singapore
  • Professor Wai Yee Wan, Associate Dean (Research and Internationalisation) and Professor, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong
View Webinar Recording: What goes where?

 


WEBINAR Reducing Complexity: Why? Where? How?

On Thursday 10 February 2022, the Australian Law Reform Commission hosted a webinar to delve deeper into key proposals and questions from Interim Report A of the ALRC’s ongoing Financial Services Legislation Inquiry. 

ALRC Panel:

View Webinar Recording: Reducing Complexity: Why? Where? How?

WEBINAR (Re)viewing Twin Peaks in Australia and Abroad

On Thursday 27 January 2022, the Australian Law Reform Commission, in partnership with Melbourne Law School, hosted a webinar to review the Twin Peaks model of financial regulation and to launch the book: The Cambridge Handbook of Twin Peaks Financial Regulation (Cambridge University Press, 2021).

View Webinar Recording: (Re)viewing Twin Peaks in Australia and Abroad

Webinar: The Devilish Detail of Financial Services Laws

On Tuesday 20 July 2021, the Australian Law Reform Commission, in partnership with Melbourne Law School, hosted a webinar to launch the Company and Securities Law Journal Special Issue: Financial Services Laws – Understanding the Devil in the Detail.

Chair: The Hon Justice SC Derrington, President, Australian Law Reform Commission and Judge, Federal Court of Australia
Welcome: Professor Pip Nicholson, Dean of Melbourne Law School
CSLJ Welcome: Edmund Finnane, Editor of the Company and Securities Law Journal
Keynote Speaker: Associate Professor Rosemary Langford, Melbourne Law School

Panellists: Cindy Davies, ALRC; Associate Professor Scott Donald, UNSW Law; Dr Andrew Godwin, ALRC; Professor Gail Pearson, The University of Sydney Business; School; Phoebe Tapley, ALRC; Samuel Walpole, Barrister

View Webinar Recording: The Devilish Detail of Financial Services Laws

Webinar: The Regulatory Ecosystem for Financial Services in AustraliaALRC May 17 Webinar Leaflet

Can Australian financial services regulation be simplified?

On Monday 17 May 2021 the Australian Law Reform Commission hosted a webinar exploring the initial findings of the Financial Services Legislation Inquiry. 

Read more: ALRC Scrutinises the Complexity of the Australian Financial Services Regulatory Ecosystem

View Recording – The Regulatory Ecosystem for Financial Services in Australia

Webinar: Comparative Perspectives on Financial Services RegulationALRC May 24 Webinar

On Monday 24 May 2021 the Australian Law Reform Commission hosted a webinar featuring a panel of international experts who compared approaches to the design of financial services regulation across different jurisdictions. 

Read more: International Perspectives on Financial Services Regulation Examined

View Recording – Comparative Perspectives on Financial Services Regulation