Regardless of whether the organisation is a not-for-profit or ASX listed, there are core legal responsibilities that underpin sound corporate governance, culture and behaviour.
Leading legal academic, Dr Kath Hall, has partnered with Women on Boards to provide a workshop introducing the key obligations of board members of commercial, NFP and incorporated organisations in Australia.
Case study based and incorporating the latest updates, the workshop is suited to new and emerging directors, and a great update for current directors.
This popular foundational workshop covers:
- up-to-date information on board roles and responsibilities
- practical information on directors' duties
- a check-list of possible "red flags" and
- detailed discussion (via a case study) on board responsibility around ESG.
Workshop Presenter Dr Kath Hall
Non-Executive Director, Women's Justice Network
Dr Kath Hall is an internationally recognised legal academic and writer. She has worked with and advised a number of leading international organisations including the United Nations Joint Inspection Unit, International Bar Association Anti-Corruption Committee, Safra Centre for Ethics Harvard University, Anti-Corruption Academy Vienna, and the International Standards Organisation (ISO).
Kath is also an award winning legal educator with significant experience teaching and mentoring law students. She was one of the first Australian academics to conduct empirical research on student wellbeing and was the Australian National University (ANU) College of Law's inaugural Director of Student Wellbeing. Kath is also the co-author of the Law Student Survival Guide (3rd ed) with Professor Claire Macken.
In 2020 Kath was appointed an Honorary Associate Professor at the ANU College of Law, and since that time she has continued to engage in academic research and writing. In 2021 Kath founded Law School Success to support law students around Australia in their studies and future careers.
WOB Legal Essentials Workshop
Virtual | 28 February | 12pm-2.30pm