Early Career Research Network
The ALLA early career network, coordinated by Dr Angelo Capuano was established to foster the research, teaching, engagement and career development of junior labour law scholars. If you are a current Masters or doctoral student, a research fellow or post-doctoral fellow, or an academic who was awarded their doctorate 5 years ago or less, or who has not completed a doctorate but has less than 10 years experience as an academic, I invite you to join the ECR Network and take part in its activities.
If you are an eligible ALLA member and would like to join the network please email email@example.com.
Upcoming and Recent Events
Watch this space for news about the ALLA ECR 2022 program
The ECR Network had a busy 2021. Events were held online and featured presentations from Professor Joellen Riley Munton, Associate Professor Alysia Blackham and Associate Professor Joanna Howe.
Friday 28 May 2021 - Effective Abstract Drafting
Friday 30 July 2021 - Applying for Research Grants in Labour Law
Friday 27 August 2021 - Delivering a Powerful Conference Presentation
Friday 22 October 2021 - Practice Paper Presentations for the ALLA Conference
Friday 13 November 2020 - ALLA ECR 2020 Online Conference
The online ECR Conference was held featuring papers presented by ALLA ECR members Angelo Capuano; Jacqueline Meredith, Dr Gabrielle Golding, Emma Babbage, Melissa Kennedy and Renee Burns. Professor Anthony Forsyth acted as discussant on the day.
Friday 13 November 2020 - #ALLAECRSeminarSeries
ECR Coordinator Dr Gabrielle Golding hosted Emerita Professor Rosemary Owens AO presenting the seminar 'Developing a Career as a Labour Law Researcher'.
Friday 25 September 2020 - #ALLAECRSeminarSeries
ECR Coordinator Dr Gabrielle Golding hosted Associate Professor Dominique Allen presenting the seminar 'Effective Writing Strategies'.
28 August 2020 - #ALLAECRSeminarSeries
ECR Coordinator Dr Gabrielle Golding played host to Professor Andrew Stewart presenting the seminar 'Publishing in the Field of Labour Law'.
7 April 2020 - What do meanings of wellbeing mean for me right now?
Presented by Emma Babbage this seminar will extract some key meanings of wellbeing which she has been looking at in her PhD research, and what they could mean for you at this time. After opening the conversation, Emma will invite discussion from the attendees to share ideas and concerns about managing our wellbeing.
27 November 2019
A successful day-long workshop was held at the Melbourne Law School and featured presentations from Associate Professor Alysia Blackham, Professor Belinda Smith, Professor Carolyn Sutherland, and Dr Dominique Allen.