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ALAA INTEREST GROUPS

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Interest Groups provide an opportunity for ALAA members to pursue common academic interests in related areas of law. Interest Group Conveners provide a link between the Association and its members and play an important role in encouraging the active participation of members in the Association’s activities and bringing to the attention of the members of the Interest Group other events of interest, and to foster a climate of communication and collaboration among like-minded members.

 

COMMERCIAL LAW

(combining Company Law, Competition and Consumer Law, Revenue Law, Labour Law, and Intellectual Property)

INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW

(combining Comparative and Asian Law, and Private and Public International Law)

JURISPRUDENCE AND LEGAL HISTORY

(combining Legal History, Legal Theory, Law and Economics, and Legal Research and Communication, and adding Law and Literature)

LAW AND SOCIETY

(combining Law and Medicine, Law and Social Justice, Indigenous Peoples and the Law, Law and Computers, and Law in Context)

LEGAL EDUCATION

(combining Legal Education, Law for Non-Law Students, and Clinical Legal Education and Practical Legal Training)

LEGAL PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

(combining Ethics and the Legal Profession, Evidence and Procedure, and Dispute Resolution)

PRIVATE LAW

(combining Property Law, Torts and Contract, Equity and Trusts, and Family Law)

PUBLIC LAW

(combining Constitutional Law, Environmental Law, and Criminal Law, and adding Administrative Law)

SOUTH PACIFIC LEGAL STUDIES

   

 

ALAA has published Guidelines for Interest Group Convenors.