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Funding grants for women’s leadership development
Women in the legal sector are advised that a residual pool of scholarship funding is currently available to participate in a range of leadership development programs commencing in the second half of 2017. The funding batch has been provisioned for this financial year and must be awarded by June 30.
WLA has a vested interest in improving the health and diversity of the legal industry, and our Charter recognises the important and positive role that women can contribute as a result of increased participation, particularly at senior/executive levels within organisations.
The fee support opportunity is not expected to be available in the foreseeable future once this funding window closes.
Expressions of Interest are being sourced until June 16, 2017 via this link: http://www.wla.edu.au/assoc-june17.html.
The Future of Australian Legal Education
Sponsored by the Australian Academy of Law and the Australian Law Journal the Conference is to be held in Sydney from Friday evening 11 August to 1.14pm on Sunday 13 August 2017.
Early Bird registration rate is available until 1 June. Registration is effected online at www.academyoflaw.org.au/Conference
Call for Abstracts: Monash Courts and Tribunals Research Roundtable, 18 September 2017
The Australian Centre for Justice Innovation at Monash University is pleased to host the Monash Courts and Tribunal Research Roundtable on 18 September. The Roundtable will focus on empirical civil justice research on courts and tribunals, and will be held at Monash University Law Chambers in the Melbourne CBD.
Topics of interest may include (but are not limited to):
• examining civil justice activity in courts and tribunals
• evaluating law reforms or innovations in case management, and
• research methods, techniques and challenges in court and tribunal settings.
The Roundtable will be an opportunity for researchers and policy makers in this field to share insights, practices and findings in connection with empirical civil justice research in court and tribunal settings. Works in progress are appropriate. Early career and PhD researchers are particularly welcome, and bursaries to fund attendance will be offered to up to three early-career or PhD participants.
Please send the title of your presentation and a short abstract (up to 250 words) by 21 July to email@example.com