The Regulation of Corporate Ethics: Governance in an Age of Inquiries / Program

Time Session Presenter(s)
10.30am Arrival and registration
Keynote Presentations: The Law Reform Challenge
Designing Effective Corporate Criminal Laws
11am Opening: welcome to the event and introduction of the speaker
  • Professor Brent Ritchie, Associate Dean (Research), UQ
11.05am Corruption, Governance, and the Economics of Corporate Enforcement: Lessons from the Settlement of Foreign Bribery Matters
  • Professor Tina Søreide, Norwegian School of Economics
11.50am Q&A
12pm Tea and coffee break
12.10pm Introduction to the session and speaker
  • Dr Radha Ivory (chair), UQ
12.15pm Deodands and Frankpledges: Do the Mediaeval Antecedents of Corporate Liability Offer Any
Insights Today?
  • Mr Matt Corrigan, Australian Law Reform Commission
12.45pm Q&A
12.55pm Close
  • Dr Radha Ivory, UQ
1pm Lunch

Panel Discussion: The Implementation Challenge
How Law Lives in Organisations
Lead: Interdisciplinary Research Group (IRT) on Trust, Ethics, and Governance, UQ Business

1.40pm Introduction to the session and speaker
  • Mr Declan Kelly QC (facilitator), Gerard Brennan Chambers

Organisational Trust Failures and Repair: A Design Perspective
Regulation of Corruption in Sport: An Integrity Lens for Business
The Psychology of Misconduct: Why Good People Do Bad Things

  • Professor Nicole Gillespie, UQ
  • Associate Professor Sarah Jane Kelly, UQ
  • Professor Matthew Hornsey, UQ
2.30pm Q&A
2.40pm Afternoon tea
Panel Debate: The Design Challenge
Can Criminal Laws Improve Corporations (and, If So, How)?
Lead: Australian Centre for Private Law, UQ Law
3pm Are Corporations Bad People and Can Criminal Laws Improve Them?
  • Professor Ross Grantham, UQ
3.10pm Culture as Key: The View from Research on Australian Enforcement Agencies
  • Dr Vicky Comino, UQ
3.20pm Lawyers as Gatekeepers: The View from Research on the Profession
  • Associate Professor Francesca Bartlett, UQ
3.30pm Be Civil not Criminal: The Role of the Criminal Law in the Regulatory Pyramid
  • Miss Venetia Brown, Australian Law Reform Commission
3.40pm Q&A
3.55pm Seminar close
  • Dr Radha Ivory, UQ