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,
Associate Professor Jason Harris

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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

 

CLTA Annual Conference 2018:

CALL FOR PAPERS

Let’s Make Corporate Law Great Again!
La Trobe Law School, Melbourne
11 – 13 February 2018

Corporate Law has not always been on the forefront of people’s mind. This year, we want to bring researchers together who are passionate about changing this trend. It’s time to make corporate law great again!
What can we speak about when creating new opportunities for corporate teachers and lawyers everywhere?

Let’s

Who are we today to influence corporate law in this way? Is there any inhibition on our work? Do we want to make it great?

Make

How does research in corporate law impact on corporate law? Is it rewarded? Should it be?

Corporate Law

What is corporate law?  Of what is it comprised? What areas need to be reformed to be great?

Great

What does ‘great’ mean? Perhaps we mean ‘grate’.  How do we evaluate the law and changes in the law? What is corporate law’s function in society? 

Again!

Was it ever great? If so, what happened to make it great then?  What happened to make it not so great?

We would like to invite anyone who may be interested to submit a paper relating to these questions or ones similar to them.
Deadlines:
Please submit proposals for papers to clta2018@latrobe.edu.au by 30 November 2017 now extended to 14 December. Proposals should consist of a short abstract (max. 250 words) and a short author bio.
Papers are required by 29 January 2018.
Authors wishing to have their papers considered for the CLTA best paper prize must submit their papers no later than 15 January 2018 (please check the CLTA website (www.clta.edu.au)  for eligibility).
For further enquiries, please email David Wishart on clta2018@latrobe.edu.au.
Registration fees


Standard registration

Early Bird (until 30 November 2017): $625.00;
Late (from 1 December 2017): $695.00

Conference Sessions Only

$500.00

PhD Student

Full registration (incl dinner) $350.00
Poster presentation only: free

Additional Guest to Dinner

$150.00

Register herehttps://latrobe.onestopsecure.com/onestopweb/LTUEv/booking?e=ASSC_EV59
Sessions (details to follow)
Teaching session (Lets make teaching great again!): Sunday 11 February 1.00 pm

Research Poster showcase:  Sunday 11 February 4.00 pm

Plenary sessions:                 9.00 am Monday 12 February
                                          9.00 am Tuesday 13 February

Parallel Sessions:                Monday 11.30-1pm, 2.00-3.30 pm, 4-5.30 pm
                                         Tuesday 11.00-12.30 pm. 1.30-3.00 pm, 3.30-5.00 pm

CLTA AGM                          Tuesday 1.00 pm

 

Join us at the 2018 CLTA Annual Conference.