Adjunct Professor, La Trobe Law School
Dr Nicholas Morris is an Adjunct Professor at La Trobe Law School, Melbourne; and a Visiting Professor at the China Executive Leadership Academy, Pudong, China and the Hindu University of Indonesia. Previous academic posts include Adjunct Professor, UNSW Law and Justice, Sydney; Visiting Fellow – Balliol College and The Martin School, Oxford; Fellow - University of Melbourne; and Visiting Professor - City University Business School, London.
Nicholas has over 40 years’ experience advising companies, governments and international agencies, in UK, Australia, Europe, China, SE Asia and the Middle East, on financial regulation, health and social support systems, and the financing of essential infrastructure. In recent years he has focused on regulatory and other reforms needed for sustainable development, in both developed and developing countries.
Nicholas also led a team at Oxford to examine how the trustworthiness of the financial system could be improved, after the Global Financial Crisis, which led to the book “Capital Failure: Rebuilding Trust in Financial Services” (Oxford University Press, 2014, 2016). More recently he has published “Management and Regulation of Pension Schemes: Australia: A Cautionary Tale” (Routledge, 2018).