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Grace Borsellino

Lecturer in Corporate Law and Corporate Governance, Western Sydney University

Grace Borsellino is a Corporate Law and Corporate Governance Law Lecturer in the School of Law at Western Sydney University. She has held numerous governance positions and was formerly the Associate Dean, International for the School of Law. Grace has won several prestigious teaching awards in her role along with achieving the 2021 Vice Chancellor’s Teacher of the Year Award. Grace has been an invited speaker and researcher to universities in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Malaysia addressing corporate law and governance, corporate culture, and the regulation of law and technology. Grace was a Course Convenor for the School’s Master of Laws Program, currently holds the School of Law Disability Coordinator position and formerly held the Chair position for the School’s Equity and Diversity Working Party. Grace convenes and teaches in-country law elective subjects exploring the legal, economic, and cultural aspects of jurisdictions in Taiwan and India. She has led in the design and creation of two 2021 DVC award winning law and technology subjects ‘Designing Law Apps for Access to Justice’ and ‘Technology, Innovation and The Law.


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


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


  • 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