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Call for Abstracts
The Call for Abstracts has now closed
The Conference organising group invites written abstracts for workshops and presentations to the Conference theme and our sectors work.
The Conference programming group makes the final decision regarding the Conference program, taking into account a number of factors. Due to the large number of abstracts submitted, we may not be able to accommodate all proposals. We do however appreciate the effort and interest shown. The programming process is resource intensive and unfortunately we are not able to provide feedback on reasons for program decisions.
Advice as to programming decisions will be sent by email, to submitters, by early June 2015 at the latest. The successful applicants will also be sent further information on what is required.
Finally, please note that only abstracts submitted via this online process will be considered.
How to submit
This online form includes two text boxes to be completed
- Abstract – up to 80 words (560 characters including spaces). This is the text that will appear in the Conference program, so please write this with the Conference audience in mind, and remember they are not all lawyers, and not all CLC workers. It also helps peoples attendance choices if it is clear and interesting.
- Supporting Information – up to 100 words (730 characters including spaces). This information assists the Conference programming group when considering and assessing proposals
This call for abstracts closed at 5pm (AEST), Thursday 30 April 2015 – all abstracts must be finalised by this date
Having your paper accepted does not confer free Conference registration – you will still need to register and pay.
Confirmation of Receipt of Abstract
You should receive an immediate acknowledgement of submission by email upon completing your submission. If not, please contact Julie Jerbic at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07 5580 8677.
Please ensure you add 'conferenceonline.com.au' to your safe senders list, to avoid confirmation emails being sent to your junk/spam folder.