Benedict is a highly qualified corporate law, CSR and regulatory specialist. He has published in top journals around the world and contributed to regulatory reform in both the national and international arenas.
Associate professor, Head, Canberra Law School, University of Canberra
Chief executive officer, Software company
Senior lecturer, Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University
Lecturer, School of Law, University of Newcastle
Australian National University, Doctor of Philosophy, Law
University of Queensland, Master of Laws
McMaster University, Master of Arts
University of Windsor, Bachelor of Laws
Wilfrid Laurier University, Master of Arts
EPBC, Bachelor of Theology
Defining CSR: Problems and Solutions, Journal of Business Ethics
Designing Effective Regulation: A Positive Theory, UNSW Law Journal (vol 38:3)
Designing Effective Regulation: A Normative Theory, UNSW Law Journal (vol 38:1)
The Political Division of Regulatory Labour: A Legal Theory of Agency Selection., Oxford Journal of Legal Studies
Anglo-American Directors Duties and CSR, Dalhousie Law Journal
Re-thinking CSR: Private Self-Regulation” , Monash University Law Review
Regulation by Markets and The Bradley Review of Australian Higher Education, Australian Universities Review
Legal Control of the Private Military Corporation, Palgrave-Macmillan, Book with co-authors J. Maogoto and V. Newell
Shareholders, Unicorns and Stilts: An Analysis of Shareholder Property Rights, 6 Journal of Corporate Law Studies 165-212.
Corporate Militaries and States: Actors, Interactions and Reactions with V Newell, 41 Texas International Law Review 68-101
Fundamentally Conflicting Views Of The Rule Of Law & Implications For the China-Australia Free Trade, Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business
Scrooge–The Reluctant Stakeholder: Theoretical Problems in The Shareholder-Stakeholder Debate, 14 (1) University of Miami Business Law Review 193-241.
Corporations And Social Costs: The Wal-Mart Case Study, 24(1) Journal of Law & Commerce 1-55
Australia’s Eggleston Principles In Takeover Law: Social And Economic Sense?, 17(2) Australian Journal of Corporate Law 218-223.
Corporations And Associations Law (180109)
Commercial And Contract Law (180105)
Law And Society (180119)
Legal Theory, Jurisprudence And Legal Interpretation (180122)
Legal Practice, Lawyering And The Legal Profession (180121)