A legal academic with a background in practice, Vivienne researches in corporate law and governance, whistleblowing, social licence to operate and foreign bribery. She has published widely on these topics and appeared by invitation before Federal parliamentary inquiries on whistleblowing and related topics. Vivienne teaches corporate law to law students and business students and is a recipient of an Australian Award for University Teaching Citation for an Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning.
Vivienne Brand has research interests in corporate law and governance, whistleblowing, social licence to operate concepts and foreign bribery.
Vivienne Brand teaches across the full content of both compulsory Corporate Law topics at Flinders Law, and has a particular research and teaching interest in corporate ethics. Vivienne has twice been the recipient of a Vice Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence.
Vivienne has appeared before Parliamentary Committees by invitation on a range of issues including corporate whistleblowing and liquidator regulation.
Vivienne is a member of the Law Council of Australia's Business Law and Foreign Bribery Divisions and its Whistleblowing Working Party, and of an ASIC SA Regional Liaison Committee. She also holds a non-executive directorship of a not for profit organisation.
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