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Dr Elizabeth Streten discusses the INSOL ERA (Early Researcher Academics’) Group

The INSOL ERA (Early Researcher Academics’) Group, has been established with the purpose of supporting students,  researchers and early career academics in the research of insolvency. It aims to provide a forum to discuss cross-border and international corporate and consumer insolvency matters and to also strengthen collaboration among members and jurisdictions. It is a wonderful opportunity for young academics to join INSOL International and participate in its events.

Dr Elizabeth Streten is a committee member of INSOL ERA which is chaired by Dr Eugenio Vaccari of Essex Law School.

“Membership with INSOL facilitates international networking with the broad range of accountants, lawyers, judges and academics who specialise in insolvency and turnaround,” Dr Streten said. “It also grants access to the organisation’s fantastic resources, such as its technical library.”

INSOL ERA is launching a publication project targeted at early researchers and academics.

Additionally, INSOL ERA has launched “Virtual Coffee” initiative – webinar series to promote networking and exchange of knowledge among its members.

To join the next event, please email the INSOL ERA Chair, Dr Eugenio Vaccari at

About Elizabeth Streten

Dr Elizabeth StretenDr Elizabeth Streten is a Lecturer at QUT Faculty of Law and member of the Consumer Policy and Regulation Program. Dr Streten is also a member of the Australian Restructuring and Turnaround Association (ARITA).

You can learn more about Elizabeth and her research and publications in her staff profile.

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