The Australasian Law Teachers Association (ALTA) is a professional body representing the interests of law teachers, academics and scholars in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Membership is open to teachers of law and law librarians in tertiary institutions in these countries. ALTA's aim is to promote excellence in legal academic teaching and research with particular emphasis on early career academics in the areas of:
ALTA has just under one thousand members across the Asia Pacific offering both individual and institutional membership. Please see our membership categories for further information.
2016 ALTA membership survey
Thank you to everyone who participated in the recent Membership Survey. We received 130 responses in total. The result and comments we received will help ALTA to better position itself now and into the future.
The Executive is considering the survey results and will release a summary to ALTA members towards the end of the year.
ALTA members have access to over 29 Interest Groups across a range of teaching and research fields. These can be accessed via the Members Area (members need to login to access this). If your area of research is not represented and you are keen to start a new group please contact the Interest Group Coordinator.
Each Interest Group is headed by a Convenor. Presently we have a number of Convenor vacancies so if you are interested in getting involved please get in touch. Here's everything you need to know about the Responsibilities of Interest Group Convenors.