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International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy

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We're looking for students to undertake research in a wide range of topics, and can match you with a supervisor to suit your interests.

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Our unique research masters is tailored to match your individual skills, experience and career goals.

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We collaborate widely to create real-world solutions to modern problems.

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8 Aug 2019

Leading international expert discusses duties in the development of artificial intelligence

QUT welcomed Professor Frank Pasquale, a Professor of Law at the University of Maryland and a leading international expert in the global algorithmic accountability movement, for a public lecture hosted by the QUT Law Lab: Technology, Regulation and Justice.

10 Jul 2019

Online males escorts on the rise globally

Australia’s population of online male escorts is growing with 668 profiles in 2018, up from 516 in the previous survey, according to the latest Male Escort Global Survey, conducted by QUT criminologists.

27 August

Drones everywhere and nowhere

When: 5:30pm - 7:30pm 27th August

Where: Room 601, Atrium, P Block , QUT Gardens Point Campus

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