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Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance

Seminar - Good faith and the termination of contracts

Research Seminars - business and economics
  • Topic: Seminar by Andrew Dahdal
  • Speaker: Andrew Dahdal (Macquarie University)
  • Venue:Level 3, Campus Hub - C10A
  • When: 23rd October, 2014, (Thu)
  • Time: 11.00am - 12.15pm

Andrew Dahdal Biography

Andrew is a lecturer in commercial law at Macquarie University and an admitted solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. In 2013 Andrew complete his PhD at the University of New South Wales. His thesis explored how the High Court uses history and historical material to interpret the Australian Constitution.

Andrew has an interest in the regulation of commerce and teaches, researches and consults on various aspects of Australian commercial regulation. In his spare time he sings for the Western Sydney Wanderers.

About the Seminar

Good faith is a concept that has grown in significancein Australian contract law over the past two decades. This seminar willexplore the meaning of good faith in the Australian legal context andexamine how good faith can can help resolve one of the lingering problemsbesetting the early termination of contracts. On a broader level, andrelevant to a non-legal audience, the modes and methods of legal researchwill be discussed.



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