NATIONAL APPROACH | LOCAL ENGAGEMENT
The Asian Australian Lawyers Association (AALA) is the first incorporated association in Australia to focus on the growing number of Asian Australian lawyers in the profession.
AALA is a national, non-for-profit organisation with Branches in seven states/territories, welcoming Members from all walks of legal life including students, lawyers and principals from small, medium and large firms, barristers, in-house and government lawyers.
Since its establishment, AALA has become a leading voice for cultural diversity in the legal profession, working with peak bodies and organisations to promote intersectional diversity in the law and equitable access to the law.
We are a national organisation with operating branches across Australia. View our current branches and meet our branch members.
Read about the latest AALA News from our branches, and access past articles via the AALA archive.
We host many different event types, from panel discussions to social catchups. View our upcoming events.
OUR NATIONAL SPONSOR
Baker McKenzie is an international law firm with 77 offices across 46 countries. As the first truly global law firm, our origins are rooted in the respect for and appreciation of difference. Our own diversity mirrors our commitment to exploring multiple perspectives to develop the best possible solutions for our clients and to fostering a culture of respect and inclusion that celebrates diversity. Inclusion & diversity (I&D) are in our DNA.
AALA has enjoyed the generous support it has received from Baker McKenzie over the years and appreciates the genuine passion, support and collaboration.