LLM (UTS), PhD (UWS), Grad Cert High Ed (Deakin University)
Marina Nehme is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales.
She has completed a PhD on the use of enforceable undertakings by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Her thesis is entitled: An Analysis of the Australian system of enforceable undertakings to determine an improved theory of negotiated settlements. Marina has written reports on the use of enforceable undertakings and product intervention orders to ASIC and Treasury.
Marina has received in 2011 a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
As part of the research she has been conducting into crowd equity funding, she has been invited to present expert evidence to the Senate Economics Legislation Committee and the Commonwealth Treasury regarding crowd equity funding legislation.
Prior to joining the faculty, Marina taught law at the Western Sydney University. She has also taught Law at UNSW Business School and UTS.
2018- Research Contract with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission - Project Title: Comparative research into the use of enforceable undertakings, Funds $20,000.
2017-2018- Research Contract with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission - Project Title: General Deterrence Effects of Enforceable Undertakings on Financial Services and Credit Providers (with Dimity Kingsford Smith and Olivia Dixon; Research Assistant: Jessica Anderson), Funds: $150,126.92
2015- UNSW Law Learning and Teaching Grant in 2015 round - Topic: Enhancing online teaching materials for Responses to Corporate Wrongdoings - $7,500.
2014-2015- Project Title: Competition Law and Policy in Australian Financial Services Regulation; Source: Centre of International Financial Regulation – CIFR Project TS020- September 2014; Team: Chief Investigator: Dr Rob Nicholls. Rest of Team – ass Prof Deborah Healey and Dr Marina Nehme; Funds: $230,000
2013: UWS School of Law Internal research Grants:
Topic: Retirement in CALD Communities: $2,500
2013: Competitive conference funding grant, School of Law, UWS: $5,000
2009: UWS Research Seed Grant Scheme – Marina Nehme and John Juriansz
Topic: ‘Indigenous Corporate Governance’, (Early Career Researchers): $3,500.