AN UPCOMING conference at Victoria University will highlight current practices in legal education and research, as well as the effect of changes Australia can expect to see in research funding, professional requirements and employment conditions in law.
The Australasian Law Teachers Association annual conference, to be held in the first week of July, will draw law teachers and researchers from all the Australia and New Zealand law schools, as well as from other university departments that include law in their curriculum.
Under the theme ‘Legal knowledge: Learning, communicating and doing’, an expected 150 to 200 participants will deliver papers on research and teaching in their various interest groups.
Professor Bryant, Dean of the School of Law at Southwestern University, Los Angeles, California, will give the keynote address.
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