ABL Corporate Law Seminar Series
About the Corporate Law Seminar Series
After a successful 2019, Monash University in partnership with Melbourne's leading law firm Arnold Bloch Leibler (ABL) is proud to be hosting the ABL Corporate Law Seminar Series again in 2020. This is a series of four seminars covering various aspects of the unit Corporations Law (LAW3112) for undergraduate and Principles of Company Law (LAW5011) for postgraduate cohorts. These seminars are conducted by guests (Partners and Lawyers) from ABL through a mixture of lectures, case studies, analysis of real life examples and coincided with the timings of relevant topics of the unit to maximise impact. This is a great opportunity for you to understand how your classroom studies are practically used within a law firm setting.
The 2019 sessions were recorded and can be viewed below along with details of each of the seminars and the topics covered.
About Arnold Bloch Leibler (ABL)
Arnold Bloch Leibler (ABL) is one of Melbourne’s most revered and prominent law firms, renowned for its commitment to excellence and its forward-thinking approach. ABL's standing within the legal profession has been built over more than 60 years. Many of the values, characteristics and defining qualities from ABL's early beginnings continue to shape the firm as it stands today.
ABL prides itself on providing strategic guidance and solving complex issues related to clients’ commercial interests, legal position and reputation. Operating as a professional practice rather than a corporatised business, ABL offers a small firm feel with a big firm reputation, possessing influence within legal, business and political circles.
ABL brings together the expertise of following Partners from seven of its fourteen Practice Groups in delivering the Corporate Law Seminar Series for the benefit of Monash Law students.
Details of Seminars
Please email the Seminar Series Coordinator Amy Scarlett at email@example.com if you have any questions.