The Australian Labour Law Association (ALLA) was incorporated in Victoria on 27 February 2001 and now has active State Chapters in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, ACT, Victoria and Tasmania. ALLA's main objectives are to promote the study of labour law and social security both in Australia and internationally, and to provide a forum for discussion and debate for lawyers and others working in these fields.
Membership of ALLA is open to all who are interested in the aims of the Association, either professionally or because of scholarly activities.View
- National Committee
The affairs of the Association are managed by the National Committee of Management.View
- Annual General Meetings
Read ALLA's past Annual General Meeting minutes.View
View information on the founding members and the launch of ALLA.View
2019 Events Coming Soon
Victorian Chapter Seminar - Monday 18 March 2019
The Victorian Chapter of the Australian Labour Law Association and Monash Law Faculty is hosting a seminar 'Modern Slavery and the Workplace' presented by Rob Jackson and Victoria Comino, Rigby Cooke Lawyers.
The seminar will be held at Monash University Law Chambers, Monday 18 March at 5.45pm for 6.00pm start.
To find out more about your State or Territory Chapter click on the links below.
ALLA Conference Prizes
Phillipa Weeks Prize
The Phillipa Weeks Prize recognises the contribution of Professor Phillipa Weeks to Australian labour law scholarship and her unwavering support of young and upcoming scholars.View
Dominica Whelan Prize
The Dominica Whelan Prize is named in honour of the late Dominica Whelan, who served for many years as a member of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission, Fair Work Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia.
ALLA Research Degree Scholarship
The ALLA Research Degree Scholarship is awarded to provide financial assistance for reseach degree students to take part in and present a paper at the ALLA biennial national conference.View