Nigel Wilson

Australis Chambers
Dr Nigel Wilson has over 28 years’ experience in regulation, government, technology, cybersecurity, indigenous rights, insurance and commercial legal practice and litigation and as a Senior Executive. Nigel was awarded a PhD by the University of South Australia for his thesis: “Regulation in the Information Age in Australia: From the Boardroom to the Courtroom”. He also holds degrees in Law (Honours – 1st Class) and Economics from the University of Adelaide. He was awarded a Masters’ degree in Law from the University of Oxford and has completed Harvard University’s Cybersecurity: Managing Risk in the Information Age programme. Nigel has advised Australian and international corporations and boards, Australian governments and regulators (including the ACCC and ASIC), insurers, not-for-profits, indigenous Australians and private clients. He has been General Counsel of South Australia's largest private corporation, General Counsel and Head of Governance of the Indigenous Land Corporation and an Executive Director, Market Regulation, Government and Conveyance. He has held roles as Company Director and Company Secretary of both national and private corporations with key responsibilities for governance, strategy, government relations, technology, cybersecurity, workplace safety, reform and culture. Nigel has also been a law reform adviser to both the South Australian and Commonwealth Governments regarding technological change in the Digital Age. Nationally and internationally, Nigel has published, taught and spoken in his areas of expertise and has been a longstanding teaching professional and educator. His forthcoming book, Teaching Professionals (Archway Publishing, from Simon & Schuster), assists educators worldwide to reimagine teaching and accelerate positive change for future generations.


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9 - 11 march