Jason Harris is Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Sydney Law School where he teaches and researches in the areas of Corporate Law and Insolvency Law. Jason's research is focused on the public and private regulation of financially distressed companies, including debt restructuring, voluntary administration, corporate governance and directors’ duties during financial distress and the regulation of corporate groups. Jason’s research is frequently cited in Australian courts, including the High Court of Australia as well as in Commonwealth parliamentary committees and by academic works in Australia and internationally. Jason is an active participant in law reform initiatives through his policy work with the Governance Institute of Australia, the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Corporations and Insolvency Committees of the Law Council of Australia. Jason is Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law and a former President of the Corporate Law Teachers’ Association. Jason has previously held academic positions at UNSW, the ANU and UTS and has held visiting positions in Canada, England and the United States.