Qualifications Masters of Laws - University of South Africa Bachelors of Laws - University of South Africa Baccalaureat Procurationes - University of South Africa Bachelors of Arts Honours Degrees (3) - University of Pretoria Louise Parsons joined Bond University in May 2006 after moving to Australia in January 2006. She was in-house legal counsel in the South African Reserve Bank for 11 years, heading the Corporate, Commercial and Employment Law section (1995-2005). She worked in the Commercial Department of SASOL (a large petro-chemical company in South Africa) for a period of approximately 5 years focusing on the negotiating and drafting of various commercial contracts (1990-1995). Louise lectured in Philosophy at the University of Pretoria for 18 months and also worked as editor and translator for Sanlam and the South African Reserve Bank before joining SASOL.
The development of an appropriate regulatory response to the global financial crisis (with John H. Farrar and Pieter Joubert), Bond law review (2009)
Recurring financial crises are part of the cyclical nature of a free market economy, though...
Beware of bullies! Lessons in liability from Cox v State of New South Wales, The National Legal Eagle (2008)
Bullying is a topical and serious matter - and as it turns out,...