About

Anthony Forsyth is a Professor in the Graduate School of Business and Law at RMIT University in Melbourne. He teaches and researches on all aspects of work and the law, specialising in collective bargaining, the regulation of trade unions, labour hire and worker exploitation.

Anthony was Chair of the Victorian Government Inquiry into Labour Hire and Insecure Work. He is Vice President of the Australian Labour Law Association and a member and former Co-Editor of the Australian Journal of Labour Law Editorial Advisory Board. He is a co-author of Creighton and Stewart’s Labour Law, 6th Edition, published by Federation Press, and founder and author of the Labour Law Down Under Blog.

Anthony’s commentary on workplace privacy, redundancy obligations, and recent developments in Australian employment law (written with John Tuck (Partner) of Corrs Chambers Westgarth) has been reproduced in the Wolters Kluwer employment law commentary. Anthony is also a regular contributor of employment law articles to the Wolters Kluwer Law Chat Blog.

Qualifications :

  • Bachelor of Jurisprudence/Bachelor of Laws (Honours), Monash University
  • Graduate Diploma in Labour Relations Law, University of Melbourne
  • PhD, University of Melbourne

Area of Expertise :

  • Employment Law