Australian Labour Law Association

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.

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ALLA Annual General Meeting 2021

ALLA's 21st Annual General Meeting was held at 5:00pm AEDT Thursday 18 November 2021 via Zoom video conference. Membership of the 2022 National Committee can be view here.

Upcoming and Recent Events

Tuesday 27 April 2021 - SA Chapter Webinar

The ALLA SA Chapter hosted Professor Andrew Stewart (University of Adelaide) discussing five major decisions on employment status from 2020, two of which (Jamsek v ZG Operations and CFMMEU v Personnel Contracting) will be the subject of High Court appeals this year. The seminar, 'Classifying work relationships: Finding the right solutions' was chaired by Dr Gabrielle Golding (University of Adelaide).

This video as well as a copy of the speaker presentation is available to ALLA members - contact law-alla@unimelb.edu.au for access.

Tuesday 30 March 2021 - NSW Chapter Webinar

The ALLA NSW Chapter hosted the first ALLA National Webinar of 2021 'Preventing and investigating sexual harassment in the workplace: The good, the bad and the ugly' presented by Bronwyn Byrnes (Barrister, 6 St James Hall), Susan Cunningham (Principal, etika pty ltd) and chaired by Jacquie Seemann (Partner, Thomson Geer).

Speaker Presentations are available here:

This video is available to ALLA members - contact law-alla@unimelb.edu.au for access.