Corporations Law Workbook
Corporations Law Workbook
22 Oct 2020
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A concise, practical approach to teaching corporations law
This product is the accompanying write-in workbook to the Corporations Law: Concepts, Cases, and Culture textbook.
Corporations Law: Concepts, Cases, and Culture examines the three distinct and overlapping areas relating to corporate law.
- Concepts explores the main concepts and theories behind the law, rules and principles relevant to companies.
- Cases focuses on key case law underpinning the corporation and provides an insight into how modern company law has developed.
- Culture examines the corporate context with a focus on corporate governance and regulation, and how cultural shortcomings can lead to corporate misconduct.
This write-in workbook provides targeted exercises to allow students to develop strong practical skills. It takes a scaffolded approach, starting with easy activities and building to more complex tasks within chapters, and as the book progresses. These activities can be used in tutorials or for student ‘at-home’ self-assessment.
- An explicit visual learning approach in order to better understand key concepts
- Visual learning summaries of the principles set out in the textbook elaborated with explanatory diagrams, overviews, flowcharts, and tables
- Critical reflection and problem-solving questions test students’ understanding
- End of chapter scaffolded revision questions and case studies assist in embedding that knowledge further
- Links to the textbook throughout.
1 The Corporation: Introduction and Overview
2 Business and Business Entities
3 Establishing the company- practicalities of registration
4 The rules of the corporation and the role of statute
5 The Corporation entering into contracts
6 Stakeholders of the corporation
7 Company leadership and the board of directors
8 Directors as agents of the company- roles and responsibilities
9 Shares- property, investment, and potential return
10 Membership: meetings, rights, responsibilities
11 Share capital and control issues
12 Corporate Finance I: Raising share capital from shareholders
13 Corporate Finance II: Loan Capital
14 External Administration
15 Winding up the corporation
16 The corporation and the contemporary cultural context
17 Legal skills and Law in the 21st century
18 Revision activity answers
Dr Andrew Clarke is Coordinator of Corporate Law and a Professor in the College of Law & Justice, Victoria University, Melbourne. Andrew was formerly Foundation Dean of the College.