Rosemary is a Professor with Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne and Acting Director of the Centre for Corporate Law. Her primary research interest is directors’ duties (with two sole-authored monographs and numerous journal articles on this topic) and she teaches a range of subjects including Corporations Law and Corporate Governance and Directors’ Duties. In the last three years Rosemary has been undertaking a project on governance and regulation of charities funded by the Australian Research Council. She is a member of the Corporations Committee and Not for Profit Law Committee of the Law Council of Australia and of the Laws Committee of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, as well as editor of the directors’ duties section of the Company and Securities Law Journal. Prior to joining academia, Rosemary practised with Arthur Robinson & Hedderwicks (now Allens Linklaters).