Grace Borsellino

Lecturer in Corporate Law and Governance, Western Sydney University

Grace Borsellino joined Western Sydney University, School of Law in 2014 as a Research Assistant to the Dean of Law and Sessional Lecturer for Law of Associations.
Grace has since been appointed a full time Lecturer in Law and Co-ordinator in Law of Associations at Western Sydney University, School of Law. Grace teaches and researches in Corporate Law. Prior to joining Western Sydney University School of Law, Grace taught in the area of corporate and commercial law for 5 years at other tertiary and educational institutions. Grace graduated law at Western Sydney University and was admitted to practice law in 2005.
Grace is currently undertaking post graduate studies at Western Sydney University in the School of Law. Her research interests are corporate law and corporate governance. Grace has co-authored, researched and edited in a number of publications in relation to corporate governance.

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Lecturer in Corporate Law, Western Sydney University

Education

  • 2005 
    Western Sydney University , Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
  • 2004 
    Western Sydney University , Bachelor of Laws

Publications

  • 2017
    Regulating Conduct of Financial Institutions in Australia: Is Culture The New Frontier of Regulation? , Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation
  • 2015
    Is There A Positive Link Between Corporate Governance And Board Diversity? Lessons from Asia, Journal of Law and Governance, Victoria University
  • 2015
    The Unspoken Reality of Diversity on Boards, Governance Directions

Professional Memberships

  • Australasian Law Teachers Association