Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia

LLHAA is a welcoming, engaged and ever-evolving community of scholars encountering questions of law and jurisprudence through interdisciplinary research.

Connect

We provide platforms for researchers to connect with their peers. Whether it is our biennial conference or through our website, the LLHAA allows you to stay informed – and share – the latest happenings in our scholarly community.

Recognise

We recognise research excellence and provide a space for ideas and research to be shared. Through the Penny Pether Prize and the biennial conference, the Association provides a platform to showcase and recognise high-quality interdisciplinary research.

Evolve

The LLHAA promotes future scholars through bursaries, mentorship and postgraduate workshops. Students are encouraged to share their research with our members through the LLHAA blog and are an active part of our research community.

Connect

We provide platforms for researchers to connect with their peers. Whether it is our biennial conference or through our website, the LLHAA allows you to stay informed – and share – the latest happenings in our scholarly community.

Recognise

We recognise research excellence and provide a space for ideas and research to be shared. Through the Penny Pether Prize and the biennial conference, the Association provides a platform to showcase and recognise high-quality interdisciplinary research.

Evolve

The LLHAA promotes future scholars through bursaries, mentorship and postgraduate workshops. Students are encouraged to share their research with our members through the LLHAA blog and are an active part of our research community.

Executive Committee, 2021

President

 School of Law and Society, University of the Sunshine Coast

Vice Presidents

 Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
 Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
 Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
 Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong

Treasurer

 RMIT University Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University

Secretary

School of Humanities and Communication, University of Southern Queensland

General Committee

Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney
Dundee Law School, University of Dundee

Sign-up online

By becoming a Member of the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia, you are helping us to achieve our core objective: to promote and foster scholarship broadly focusing on the intersections and interactions between law, literature and the humanities.

Attendance at our biennial Conference includes one-year of LLHAA membership.

Thank you for supporting the work of our community.

 

To join the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia, please complete the below form and return it to our Secretary, Daniel Hourigan (Daniel.Hourigan@usq.edu.au).