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16 Feb 2021

Law School celebrates the largest graduating cohort of First Nations students in its history

Eight First Nations students graduated with law degrees from QUT on Monday, marking the largest cohort of Indigenous students to graduate from the Law School in its history.

29 Jan 2021

Transforming state responses to technology-facilitated domestic violence

Domestic violence remains one of the most pressing social issues for Australia. Our justice systems have a crucial role to play in preventing technology-facilitated violence as well as safeguarding and empowering survivors.

25 Jan 2021

Justice degrees pave the way forward for careers in youth work, fraud, and policing

Combining their passion for making a difference with their Justice degrees, three QUT students share their experiences that have become the foundation for vastly different career aspirations. 

22 Dec 2020

Future Law Technologies course sparks change in the real world

Human-centred design, creativity, and advanced data analysis have become the building blocks for innovation in the legal industry for the first cohort through QUT’s Graduate Certificate in Future Law Technologies.