2021 CLEAA Conference: A New Way To Connect

A spotlight on a new way to connect with attendees of CLEAA’s 2021 annual conference, Friday 15 October from 9am ‘til 5pm AEDT.

CLEAA’s annual conference provides a forum for learning specialists and teachers in the legal sector to explore ideas, exchange information, and showcase current thinking.

Who should attend? Legal Learning & Development Specialists, Legal Educators and Researchers, Professional Development program designers; Coaches, Trainers and Private course providers.

You can find more information about the online conference here

Something New! The CLEAA Correspondents Group

The last 18 months of lockdowns and border closures have made it hard for CLEAA members to create new relationships with peers, and cement existing bonds. To counter this we thought we’d try something new at the annual conference this year.

Under our theme of Meet, Learn, Grow, conference participants are invited to join a ‘CLEAA Correspondents’ group.

Those who choose to take part in this initiative will be partnered with another conference participant so you have the chance to connect in the build-up to, and conclusion of, the conference.

CLEAA Correspondents are free to choose how they connect, whether by email, phone call, or video conference and a cuppa. The aim is to foster a sense of community and combat isolation that many may be facing.

If you would like to become a CLEAA Correspondent (CC), simply check the ‘Yes’ box on the registration form. A member of the conference organising committee will then be in touch to discuss partnering you with a fellow CC.


Registration for CLEAA members is AUD $129.

Registration for members of the Australasian Legal Practice Management Association (ALPMA) or members of HR Minds is AUD $219. Contact your secretariat for the discount code.

Standard Registration is AUD $249.

CLEAA Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the field of continuous legal education. Membership is only $90 per annum and you can >> subscribe here

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