REB judge

Helen Bird

Corporate Governance Research Fellow
Swimburne Law School

Helen Bird is a law and corporate governance specialist at the Swinburne University of Technology Law School, researching, publishing and teaching on regulatory trends in and the enforcement of corporate law including corporate governance and financial services, in Australia. Helen's research has been supported by research grants from the Criminology Research and Australian Research Councils and was recently cited by the NSW Supreme Court in In the matter of Ten Network Holdings Limited (subject to a deed of company arrangement) (receivers and managers appointed) [2017] NSWSC 1529 (10 November 2017). Prior to becoming an academic, Helen was a solicitor specialising in corporate and commercial litigation at Herbert Smith Freehills. Helen is the course director of the Master of Corporate Governance at Swinburne.