Christine Parker

Christine Parker

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Prof Christine Parker has conducted socio-legal research on business responses to legal regulation and social responsibilities, the impact of regulatory enforcement on business, internal corporate responsibility systems, lawyers’ ethics and the regulation of lawyers. She is now working on the politics, ethics and regulation of food. She teaches legal ethics and regulatory enforcement and compliance. Professor Parker has held a number of major academic research grants in her areas of research and also does research work and provides policy advice on a consultancy basis for government and regulatory agencies. Her recent projects have included research in the areas of the United Nation’s Respect, Protect and Remedy Framework for business and human rights, competition and consumer protection regulation and compliance, including the new criminal anti-cartel offence, environmental regulation, ethical cultures inside law firms and research with Consumer Affairs Victoria on compliance strategies for real estate agents and conveyancors.

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