QUT Law

Double the options

21 double degree options - more than any other Queensland university.

Choose your degree

Career ready

979 work placements, 360 competition entrants, 225 global experiences in 2019.

Real-world learning

Innovative teachers

Be taught by industry professionals and experts with compassion.

Teacher of the year

#1 in Queensland

Top university under 50 offering law and legal studies in Queensland.

QS rankings 2021

Impactful research

We host the top Law Journal in the Global South.

Scimago Rankings 2020

A focus on the future

'As the largest law school in Australia, we have an obligation to our students and the law and justice professions to ensure our courses respond to the changing needs of industry.

As an educator, I have, I believe, an ethical duty to understand where the future is going to take our students and graduates, and adjust accordingly.'

Professor Dan Hunter, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Law

Meet our leadership team and academic staff

Our schools

School of Law

Real-world courses and outstanding facilities make us one of Australia's most highly regarded law schools.

School of Justice

We teach practical skills for rewarding careers, and are home to world-leading researchers.

Our Graduate Diploma of Legal Studies (PLT) provides a seamless pathway to professional legal practice.

Student success

QUT Law student Kat Dorante was named First Nations Student of the Year in 2020 by the Queensland Law Society

Already an inspiration and role model to many, Kat has set her sights on becoming a human rights lawyer. We're so pleased to be able to share more of her story with you.

Learn more about Kat

Our facilities

Our Garden's Point facilities include:

  • the QUT Law Library, with extensive resources and study spaces
  • courtrooms that provide a realistic setting for students to practice advocacy, courtroom procedure and etiquette.

Explore the QUT Law Moot Court

Library and courtrooms

News

23 Nov 2020

W A Lee Equity Lecture 2020: Credit and Unconscionability – The Rise and Fall of Statutes

The Honourable Justice Peter Applegarth AM recently delivered the 2020 W A Lee Equity Lecture on the topic ‘Credit and Unconscionability – The Rise and Fall of Statutes.’

17 Nov 2020

ARC Discovery and Linkage Project funding announced

The Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan has announced the outcomes for the Australian Research Council Linkage Projects for funding starting 2020 and Discovery Projects for funding starting in 2021.

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