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Child donors’ psychological risk unknown

20-02-2019 It is accepted medical practice that child siblings, even as young as six months, can be used as bone marrow or blood stem cell donors to save a brother or sister with a life-threatening illness.

Child donors’ psychological risk unknown

20-02-2019 It is accepted medical practice that child siblings, even as young as six months, can be used as bone marrow or blood stem cell donors to save a brother or sister with a life-threatening illness.

Environmental law from the ground up

13-02-2019 New areas of environmental law are emerging as often as flash floods and wild fires and the 5th Frontiers in Environmental Law Colloquium at QUT Gardens Point this week will identify and address many of them.

End of Life Law for Clinicians course

31-01-2019 Some people receiving end of life care may not receive adequate pain and symptom relief when some clinicians who, unsure of the law, under-medicate due to concerns about legal liability.

EVENT: Good universities or ghastly futures: how can we find a democratic path for higher education and research?

27-03-2019 Join us for a keynote presentation with Emerita Professor Raewyn Connell where she will address a 'big idea' that is central to social democracy and justice, access to knowledge and participation in Australian public life.

EVENT: Reflections on women, men, sexual violence, and #MeToo

20-03-2019 What does #MeToo mean for men and women? How should men and women respond? What roles in particular can men play in building a community free of sexual violence and abuse? What does the research tell us is effective in engaging men in this work? More widely, what are the strengths and limitations of #MeToo as a way of organising against sexual violence?

Students conduct research into unsustainable land use practices in Indonesia

04-02-2019 Twelve QUT law and justice students received New Colombo Plan funding to participate in an international legal placement in Indonesia focused on environmental and human rights law.

Why Australia needs a National Integrity Commission

24-01-2019 The Hon Mark Dreyfus QC MP, Shadow Attorney-General, Shadow Minister for National Security and Federal Labor Member for Isaacs, delivered a keynote presentation titled ‘Why Australia needs a National Integrity Commission’. 

Genders and Sexualities Research Forum

14-03-2019 Join us for our inaugural showcase of QUT researchers working in the area of diverse genders and sexualities. Five minute presentations will be followed by an opportunity for Q&A, with networking from 10:45am.Register via gendersandsexualitiesforum.eventbrite.com.au 

A Day in the Life of a QUT Law and Justice Student

13-12-2018 Ever wondered what it’s like to be a student in the QUT Faculty of Law? Do you have questions about what your day-to-day university life may look like as a single or double degree student?

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