Welcome to The Corporate Law Teachers Association (CLTA)

Welcome to the Corporate Law Teachers Association (CLTA). Our association, first formed in 1994, developed from a desire to build a community of engaged and forward thinking corporate law scholars. Since its inception the Association has provided a forum for exchange of ideas about both research and teaching in corporate law and scholarly support. It also provides a vehicle to link scholarship to government and industry. The Association's ‘main event’ is the Annual Conference, which draws together eminent and emerging scholars from our region, as well as across the globe. All academics interested in joining the association are welcome to do so. Membership is free, and our regular newsletters will link you to various corporate law events and opportunities that may be of interest. We hope to see you at see you at our next Annual Conference to be held in Auckland on 3-5 February 2019.

All the best,
Associate Professor Suzanne Le Mire

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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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