Suzanne Le Mire

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Professor Suzanne Le Mire
LLB(Hons) BA (Adel) GDLP (SAIT) PhD (Monash) GAICD
Board Member

As the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Student Learning at the University of Adelaide, Professor Suzanne Le Mire is responsible for the quality and compliance of the University's learning and teaching programs. In this role, she works closely with faculty members, professional staff, and students to develop and implement strategies that enhance outcomes for students. Suzanne has led transformational projects across the University including the learning and teaching response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Education in a Digital World Strategy. She is currently working on a variety of aspects of the proposed merger of University of Adelaide with the University of South Australia and leading the workstream on Curriculum Design and Transition.

Suzanne holds a position as Professor of Law at the Adelaide Law School with research interests in corporate law and professional ethics, and a particular focus on the regulation of independence in professional contexts. She has held a variety of senior roles at the University including Dean of Law and Deputy Dean, Learning and Teaching of the Faculty of the Professions. She also holds several board roles, is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has been a distinguished overseas visitor at leading overseas universities, as well as a Fellow at the Stein Centre of Law and Ethics at Fordham University, New York. Suzanne is a former President of the Australian Corporate Law Teachers Association (now SCoLA), a member of the Law Council of Australia’s Corporations Committee, ASIC's Regional Liaison Committee and of the International Association of Legal Ethicists.

Professor Le Mire's University of Adelaide profile may be found here.