About The Corporate Fail
The Corporate Fail is written by Stephanie Morrow LLB (Hons)(Melb) BCA (Melb) GradDLP, LLM (Melb); LIV Accredited Criminal Law Specialist.
Stephanie Morrow (previously Rennie) is a lawyer based in Melbourne, Australia. She is an expert in corporate criminal law, with particular interest in the laws of evidence, attribution of criminal responsibility, and sentencing. After commencing her legal career in the litigation practice group of Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Stephanie worked as a prosecutor for the Director of Public Prosecutions (Victoria), then served as a senior lawyer for Consumer Affairs Victoria, litigating in the criminal and civil jurisdictions. She now works as a principal solicitor at the Environment Protection Authority Victoria. Having practiced within corporate, independent statutory authority and regulatory contexts, Stephanie has developed a unique collection of skills and experience in the practice of corporate criminal law.
All views expressed on this site, unless attributed to others, are the views of Stephanie Morrow. They do not reflect the views of her employers past or present. Nothing on this site is legal advice. Information posted is not necessarily kept up-to-date.
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The artworks used for the banners on this site are: Ai Weiwei, Baby Formula, 2013; Andy Warhol, Tunafish Disaster, 1963; Edouard Riou, A Forest Clearing (Plate from “In Darkest Africa”), 1890; Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Untitled (Carceri (“Prison”) series, Plate XIV, The Gothic Arch), 1761; John Lucas, Conference of Engineers at Britannia Bridge, c1850; M.C. Escher, Belvedere, 1958; and M.C. Escher, Puddle, 1952.