In 1987 the Australasian Law Teachers Association (ALTA) Law Teaching Workshop celebrated its tenth anniversary. For over a decade, it has conducted residential workshops for law teachers in the Australasian region annually, and in 1994 it sponsored the first advanced workshop for participants of earlier workshops. Although the workshop has evolved since its introduction into Australia from Canada by Professors Neil Gold and Mary Gerace, its main aim has remained the same — to professionalise the teaching of law in tertiary institutions in the Australasian region. It is, therefore, somewhat fitting that, by chance, ten years on, workshops were held in York, Western Australia and in Bangalore, India.
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le Brun, M; Goldring, J; Nagaraj, V; and Corbin, L
"Exporting Australian Legal Education to India: A "Train-the-Trainers" Workshop for Indian Law Teachers,"
Legal Education Review: Vol. 9
, Article 5.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ler/vol9/iss1/5