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25 Jun 2020

New law course welcomed by industry

The legal profession is changing and leading law firms welcome QUT's new Graduate Certificate in Future Law Technologies.

18 Jun 2020

Striving for excellence and making the most of university: Tom Cain Trophy winner

Travelling the globe, giving back to his community and achieving incredible results within his double degree, recent QUT graduate and recipient of this year’s Tom Cain Trophy for Outstanding Achievement, Nicholas Di Savia, shares his journey and advice.

25 Jun 2020

QUT is top Young Uni in Australia

QUT has been named Australia’s best young university in the Times Higher Education rankings announced tonight (24 June 2020).

26 Jun 2020

State-wide polls meaningless as guide to 2020 election

As the Queensland election rapidly approaches, media opinion polls are ramping up but Past Speaker of the Queensland Parliament and QUT Adjunct Associate Professor John Mickel says they fail to factor in the growing popularity of minor parties.

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