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About Tim Connor

Tim Connor's research focuses on the relationship between voluntary and state-sanctioned governance of employment rights. He also undertakes research in relation to corporate law and employment law in Australia. From 1995 until 2010 he worked for Oxfam Australia, coordinating research and advocacy regarding workers' rights in corporate supply chains. This work involved frequent trips to various countries in Asia to conduct field research and to consult with representatives of companies, trade unions and local civil society groups. Since 2010 Tim has been a Lecturer at Newcastle Law School, where he has taught Company Law, Employment Law, Finance Law, International Clinical Legal Externship, Law of Business Organisations and Marketing Law. He is currently one of the chief investigators on an Australian Research Council Linkage Project investigating the effectiveness of the redress mechanisms available when transnational corporations are involved in human rights violations.


Present Lecturer, University of Newcastle - Australia


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