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Did the Royal Commission achieve its purpose?

22 Feb 2019

By Adrian Edwards The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry (the Commission) will be...

Cyber attacks as a new form of violence against states?

22 Feb 2019

By Dr Samuli Haataja Griffith Law School In recent weeks there have been reports (here and here) of cyber attacks against the Australian Parliament’s...

‘Taxing into the Future’

08 Feb 2019

By Professor Brett Freudenberg Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics As President it was great to attend and present at this year’s 31st...

Fake news and banking integrity explored in twilight sessions

04 Feb 2019

How has the digital revolution transformed journalism practices? Can the professionalisation of banking restore its integrity? These questions will...

BSI Honours scholarship recipient to present at the Professional Futures Conference

21 Jan 2019

Melissa Georgiou is a current Honours student with Griffith University’s Department of Business Strategy and Innovation (BSI). She is a Fellow of CPA...

Does the decision in Bell v Brisbane City Council [2018] QCA 84 make a difference?

18 Jan 2019

By Dr Phillipa England Griffith Law School In 2018, the former ABC site at Toowong was the subject of a planning appeal to the Court of Appeal. In an...

NGOs condemn COP 24 climate negotiations as “weak, unbalanced, and loophole-riddled”

17 Dec 2018

By Dr Tim Cadman Griffith Law School Members of the Climate, Land, Ambition, and Rights Alliance (CLARA) are disappointed by the extremely weak...

Case Study – An Insolvency Pracademic Experience

14 Dec 2018

Dr Jennifer Dickfos Griffith Law School During February to April of 2018, as part of my approved study program,I engaged in a pracademic experience...

COP 24 Katowice, Poland: The Sign of Things to Come?

05 Dec 2018

By Dr Tim Cadman Griffith Law School The first thing to greet delegates at the 24th Conference of the Parties (COP 24) once they emerge from the...

Buddhist Constitutionalism: A Short Prelude to the Constitutional Crisis in Sri Lanka

30 Nov 2018

By Dr Roshan de Silva-Wijeyeratne Griffith Law School There are some 350 million Buddhist around the world from South and South East Asia to Russia...

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