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No room for pollies’ personal views in euthanasia debate

11-12-2018 Whatever the opinion of the public, academics or medical professionals, QUT researchers say it will be politicians who decide on whether laws on euthanasia, or voluntary assisted dying, are changed.

An entrepreneurial Royal visit

29-11-2018 His Royal Highness The Duke of York explored QUT’s latest developments in robotics and entrepreneurship in a private visit to the university today.

Skills for the jobs of today and tomorrow

28-11-2018 The Palaszczuk Government said it is acting today and planning for tomorrow to ensure Queensland's workforce has the skills it needs, as delegates gather for a landmark Future of Work - Skills and Industry Summit.

W A Lee Equity Lecture 2018 – Equity in an Age of Uncertainty: Big Data, Confidentiality and Fiduciary Liability

22-11-2018 David Russell AM RFD QC delivered the 2018 W A Lee Equity Lecture on the topic ‘Equity in an Age of Uncertainty: Big Data, Confidentiality and Fiduciary Liability.’

Climate litigation heats up globally

26-11-2018 Climate change lawsuits against governments have had more success than those against fossil fuel companies and are a legal tool for communities and Indigenous groups to promote climate change mitigation and adaptation.

QUT Faculty of Law Co-Hosts ‘Crime, Law and Justice in the Global South’ Conference in Argentina

22-11-2018 In partnership with the Faculty of Social and Juridical Sciences of the National University of Littoral, the QUT Faculty of Law recently co-hosted the ‘Crime, Law and Justice in the Global South’ conference in Argentina.

Welcome to the 2019 QUT Law Society Executive

31-10-2018 The Faculty of Law would like to thank the 2018 QUT Law Society (QUTLS) committee for their continued service and dedication throughout the year and warmly welcome the newly elected 2019 committee.

Alumni Spotlight: Katie Richards

07-11-2018 Since graduating from a Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Business in 2006, QUT alumnus Katie Richards has worked as Legal Counsel for a number of large companies and started her own law firm, Virtual Legal.

QUT Online launches to address growing demand in state

25-10-2018 QUT has today launched QUT Online, offering online postgraduate courses in a range of areas to address key issues impacting Australia’s workforce.

3D printing shakes up intellectual property rights

22-10-2018 The emerging trend in 3D printing of products has resulted in a massive spike in patents being classified, according to QUT researchers.

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