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What every woman needs to know in the battle against breast cancer: public seminars

21-03-2017 Doctors and health professionals could face legal consequences in the future for failing to provide women with information on their breast density which, research shows, indicates breast cancer risk and masks detection by mammogram.

Robots, reef-builders and really fun science – QUT at the World Science Festival

20-03-2017 Don’t just see the world’s first robot to target crown-of-thorns starfish (COTS) – press the button and fire its injection arm yourself at the World Science Festival Brisbane (WSFB)!

President of Law Alumni QUT awarded Fulbright Scholarship

16-03-2017 Judge Paul Howard, President of the Law Alumni QUT Chapter will use his Fulbright Scholarship to research access to justice.

Judges look forward to Fletcher Moot

06-03-2017 From 15 March, distinguished lawyers from around the world will preside over the Ian Fletcher International Insolvency Law Moot 2017 to determine the winner.

Cop Connection

13-03-2017 Students can tap into decades of policing experience and real life cases as Inspector Christopher Emzin joins the School of Justice for a 12 month stint as QUT’s first visiting police associate.

Law student makes the most of her international real world opportunities

06-03-2017 New Colombo Plan (NCP) Mobility Program recipient Kate Archibald has just returned from a four-week internship at King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) in Shanghai following her exchange semester at Tsinghua University.

QUT IP Seminar and Book Launch - Private Power, Online Information Flows and Global Laws

27-03-2017 - 27-03-2017 Please join members of the Intellectual Property and Innovation Law Research Program for light refreshments at 5.00pm followed by the seminar and book launch at 5.30pm. The seminar will discuss issues around the emergence of very large transnational private companies which provide critical Internet infrastructure and services and the corresponding concerns about the power of these companies to control, surveil and otherwise influence our communications. Many of these companies also gather vast amounts of data by, and about their users.

A knowledge network for the global south

07-03-2017 The QUT Faculty of Law recently hosted a workshop for academics from Australia and Argentina to facilitate discussion and planning to build knowledge networks between the two nations.

Australia must take strong interest in regional trade agreement

27-02-2017 Australia’s future economic fortunes rest on negotiations for the proposed regional trade agreement for Asia-Pacific countries, after the collapse of the TPP agreement, QUT Professor of Intellectual Property and Innovation Matthew Rimmer says.

EVENT: Professor Roger Magnusson presents "Can health legislation save the world? The untapped potential of law in health development."

12-04-2017 The Australian Centre for Health Law Research and the QUT School of Public Health and Social Work are delighted to host Professor Roger Magnusson, Sydney Law School to present Can health legislation save the world? The untapped potential of law in health development.


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