Welcome to The Corporate Law Teachers Association (CLTA)

Welcome to the Corporate Law Teachers Association (CLTA). Our association is a collegial and friendly community of corporate law scholars who share common teaching and research aims. The 'community' meets at least once a year in a highly regarded conference, which was first held in 1991. All academics interested in joining the association are welcome to do so. Membership is free.

All the best, Professor Michelle Welsh, National CLTA President.

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  • Welcome to CLTA
    • Welcome to the Corporate Law Teachers Association (CLTA)

      Welcome to the Corporate Law Teachers Association (CLTA). Our association is a strong community of corporate law scholars that share common teaching and research aims.All academics interested in joining the association are welcome to do so. Membership is free. The 'community' meets at least once a year in a highly regarded conference. All members receive email bulletins to update you on these events.


      Kind regards, Associate Professor Michelle Welsh, National CLTA President.

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  • Program
    • Annual Conference

      The Griffith Business School's Accounting, Finance & Economics Department and the Griffith Law School, will host the Corporate Law Teachers Association's (CLTA) annual conference at their Gold Coast Campus on 5 February to 7 February 2017. The theme will be:


      'Agile Corporate Law: CSR, Innovation & Environment.'

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  • What's On

 

View the keynote speech by Emeritus Professor Paul Redmond, Foundation President of the CLTA, on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary celebrated at the University of New South Wales on 1 February 2016 – hosted by the School of Taxation and Business Law and convened by A/Professor Anil Hargovan (UNSW).

 

Podcast link of commentary by distinguished academic panel on the scholarship and contribution of Emeritus Professor Paul Redmond to the corporate law discipline. Panellists are: Professor Ian Ramsay (University of Melbourne), Professor Stephen Bottomley (Australian National University), Professor Peta Spender (Australian National University) and Brynn O' Brien (lawyer, PhD candidate, UTS).