Law Alumni QUT Chapter
His Honour Judge Jarro
His Honour Judge Nathan Jarro is Queensland's first Indigenous judge. He was named QUT's Outstanding Alumnus of the Year for 2020.
Debbie Kilroy OAM
Debbie Kilroy OAM a leading advocate for women in the criminal justice system. She was awarded a QUT Special Excellence Award, as well as the Faculty of Law Outstanding Alumnus for 2020.
Lex Greensill CBE
Law graduate and venture capitalist Lex Greensill CBE was named QUT Outstanding Alumnus of the Year in 2019. His company, Greensill, is a world leader in working capital finance.
Chief Justice Holmes
The Honourable Chief Justice Catherine Holmes completed the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (PLT) at QUT.
"The course was an intensely practical. It took me to court for the first time and lit a spark of enthusiasm for advocacy in me that never went out and shaped my future," Her Honour said.
Tony McAvoy SC
Australia's first Indigenous Senior Counsel was named QUT Alumnus of the Year in 2018. Mr McAvoy SC is renowned for his native title practice and has significant experience in environmental law, administrative law, human rights and discrimination law, coronial inquests and criminal law.Read more about Tony McAvoy SC
Mr McDonough is one of Queensland’s most respected company directors and legal practitioners. He was among the first cohort of QUT law graduates in 1983, and was named QUT's Outstanding Alumnus of the Year in 2017.Meet Darryl McDonough
News and events
If you’d told a teenage Nick Dowse he’d one day be working for a global tech giant, dealing with contracts for large-scale international communications infrastructure projects, he’d have said ‘no way’.
A QUT political analyst says COVID-19 could play a significant role in how Queensland voters swing on 31 October, especially among some older voters.