The Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association (JALTA) is an electronic double blind peer reviewed journal. Established in 2008, JALTA is published annually following the Association’s Annual Conference.
Only papers presented at the ALTA Annual Conference are eligible for submission for publication in JALTA, subject to editorial discretion and the peer review process.
Submissions information can be found here.
The 2016 JALTA is now available to view.
The complete Journal can be found here:
Individual articles are available below:
Emeritus Professor David Barker AM: 70 Years of ALTA in the Furtherance of Legal Education in Australasia and of the Work and Interests of University Law Schools
Emeritus Professor David Barker AM: The Swinging Sixties and Beyond: The Influence of the Second Wave University Law Schools in the Development of Australian Legal Education
Susan Douglas: Constructions of Reflective Practice in Dispute Resolution
Cheryl Green: Law Schools: Evolution and Law’s Role
Rocco Loiacono and Anna Bunn: Telling It Like It Is: Oral Presentations and Peer Assessment for Business Law Students
The 2015 JALTA contains ten articles across six subject areas. The complete journal is available below alongside the individual articles. Previous editions are available at the bottom of this page.
Stephen Colbran, Anthony Gilding, Anthony Marinac, Samuel Colbran and Nauman Saeed: Exploring Contract Law Using Digital Flashcards
Stephen Colbran: Online and Beyond
Anita Stuhmcke: Learning Plagiarism: Law Students Really Must be Special
David Barker: The Four Pillars of Australian Legal Education
Martina Popa: Human Embryonic Stem Cells: Science, Legality and Ethics
Robin Woellner: ATO Access Power - Another Lost Opportunity
Robin Woellner: Problems in Paradise - Conscious Maladministration in the ATO