Double the options
21 double degree options - more than any other Queensland university.
979 work placements, 360 competition entrants, 225 global experiences in 2019.
Be taught by industry professionals and experts with compassion.
#1 in Queensland
Top university under 50 offering law and legal studies in Queensland.
QS rankings 2021
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
Real-world courses and outstanding facilities make us one of Australia's most highly regarded law schools.
We teach practical skills for rewarding careers, and are home to world-leading researchers.
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.
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.
Debbie Kilroy OAM – one of Australia’s leading advocates for protecting the human rights of women and children through decarceration – has been honoured with a QUT Special Excellence Award, as well as the Faculty of Law winner ahead of this year's Outstanding Alumni Awards ceremony.
His Honour Judge Nathan Jarro graduated from QUT in 2000 with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) and was called to the Bar in 2004 and in 2018 was appointed to the District Court of Queensland, making him the State’s first Indigenous judge and the second in Australia.