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In Education, legal education, Meeting, women on October 9, 2011 at 2:29 pm
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They say that what happens at the law conference stays at the law conference.

We all know the value of getting out of the salt mines, meeting new people and hearing new ideas. Whether its the networking, the great speakers, the time away from home and the desk, we think conferences are a wonderful opportunity to have a break from the daily grind, and experience something new.

Here are some interesting conferences that might be worth checking out. Read on:

Perspectives on Power  An Interdisciplinary Conference for Postgraduates an Early Career Researchers

23 – 25 November, 2011 University of Queensland St Lucia Campus. Details here

Tonkin’s Women in Leadership Forum Providing leadership skills for aspiring women 28-30 November, Sydney. Details here

Social Media 2011, 1 December, Melbourne. Details here.

Women, Leadership and Democracy in Australia Canberra, 1-2 December. Details here.

1st International Australasian Conference on Enabling Access to Higher Education  University of South Australia West campus, Adelaide, Australia,  5-7 December 2011 Details here.

Ceremonies of Law: Doctrine, Ritual, Ceremonial.  University of Wollongong Australia, 7-9 December. Details here.

Law and Its Accidents 15 – 16 December 2011,  Melbourne Law School. Details here.

The CLA (Commonwealth Law Association) Regional Law Conference: The Changing Role of the Legal Profession:Emerging Democracies & Globalisation Sydney 19-22 April 2012. Details here.

But in our humble opinion, the two best conferences to look forward to are these:

International Justice Conference, Perth, Western Australia, 8-11 March 2012. Details here.

2012 International Conference on Law & Society: Sociolegal Conversations across a Sea of Islands Honolulu, Hawaii, 5-8 June 2012  Details here.

Do love or loath conferences? Are you organising or attending a great conference in the next 6 months? Let us know here.

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