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Professor Stephen Corones

Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology

 

Relevant qualifications

  • B.Com (Qld)
  • LLB (Qld)
  • LLM (Lond)
  • PhD (Qld)

 

Relevant work history

  • 1994 - current: Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology
  • 1992 - 2013: Consultant with DLA Phillips Fox

 

Other recognition

  • Listed as one of Australia's leading competition lawyers in the 'Best Lawyers' 2010 report published by the Australian Financial Review

 

Chairmanships

  • 2005-2009: Deputy Chair of the Trade Practices Committee of the Law Council of Australia.

 

Public work

  • 2008: Appointed by the Minister for Competition Policy and Consumer Affairs to the Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory Council (CCAAC) for a three year term
  • 2007: Engaged by the Productivity Commission to prepare a Comparative Study of State and Commonwealth Consumer Protection and to provide related advice

 

Competition law publications

Books

Book chapter

Journal articles and notes

2016-

  • Stephen Corones, 'Section 46: Exposure Draft Legislation and ACCC Draft Misuse of Market Power Guidelines' (2016) 44 Australian Business Law Review 384

2010-2015

2005-2009

2000-2004

Conference papers and seminars

Submissions to inquiries