MLS Alumni Seminar with Leon Zwier: "Cricket Sanctions: law or lore"
Henry and the Fox
525 Little Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
T: +61 3 8344 3562
Melbourne Law School alumni are invited to an exclusive Alumni Seminar presented by Leon Zwier (LLB 1979), Partner at Arnold Bloch Leibler and Commissioner of Cricket Australia’s Code of Behaviour Commission. This seminar is titled "Cricket Sanctions: law or lore"
About the Seminar:
On the recent tour of South Africa, the Australian Cricket Captain, Vice-Captain and Cameron Bancroft were knowingly concerned with ball tampering. Cricket Australia claimed that the players had breached the laws of cricket (law) and engaged in conduct that would bring the game in to disrepute (lore).
In this seminar, Leon will present a case study of these events and take a straw poll on whether the penalties were reasonable in the circumstances.
The event includes breakfast, networking opportunities with fellow alumni and a Q&A session with Mr Zwier following the seminar.
About the Speaker:
Leon Zwier is a litigation and restructuring partner of Arnold Bloch Leibler who regularly acts for Australia’s leading administrators and restructuring experts in a range of matters.
His recent experience includes: Arrium Group; Slater & Gordon; WICET; Boart Longyear; On Site; Octaviar; Lehman Bros; and Network Ten. He has also recently acted in a range of litigation matters including: Slater & Gordon (class proceeding); Aveo (class proceeding); Bellamy; Department of Premier and Cabinet (East West project); The Leader of the Opposition (Trade Union Royal Commission); and PEP (Asahi matter).
Leon is a non-executive director of Challenger and a Commissioner of Cricket Australia’s Code of Behaviour Commission. He is also a member of the Melbourne Law School Foundation Board.