Law Alumni QUT Chapter
With nearly 30 years’ experience as a legal advocate for Indigenous Australians, Tony McAvoy was awarded the 2018 QUT Alumnus of the Year.
Tony specialises in coronial inquests, and is an expert in administrative, human rights, discrimination, and criminal law.
Darryl McDonough is one of Queensland's most respected company directors and a consultant with Clayton Utz.
He was among the first cohort of QUT law graduates in 1983 and was named QUT's 2017 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year.
The Honourable Chief Justice Holmes was appointed Chief Justice of Queensland in 2015.
Her Honour completed the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at QUT in 1982.
News and events
How will the law respond to the rise and challenges of artificial intelligence?Professor Dan Hunter will explain how AI and machine learning systems work, and examine how we can craft laws and ethical systems to ensure that the worst of our fears about AI never come to pass.
QUT has so far made around 10,500 QTAC offers for students to start their degrees in 2020, with about 45 per cent of those offers made to Queensland Year 12 school leavers.