Gain a strong foundation of real-world experience and theory.
Deepen knowledge or re-invent your career.
Our Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.
We'll support you to explore cutting edge research.
Study and work overseas.
Put theory into practice.
Prepare for professional life.
Build confidence in advocacy.
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Students from around the world benefit from our real-world legal training.
You can now take a minor in law, technology and innovation. Just what you need in a world of disruption.
We support students to explore cutting edge areas of research.
Meet our research team.
Browse a selection of our funded projects.
Research news, events and social media.
Protecting children from abuse and enabling survivors to seek justice.
Ensuring property law keeps up with technology.
Helping mining communities fight back.
Guiding doctors and families through difficult decisions.
A selection of publications from our experts.
Read our open-access journal.
Critical research articles on criminal justice.
Our scholarship sponsors change lives.
Host our students on work placements.
Catch up, network and give back.
Join the law library or hire a courtroom.
Interactive programs for high-school groups.
Create change through applied research.
Elijah Buol was named Queensland Local Hero in the 2019 Australian of the Year Awards. Elijah, a former child refugee, now advocates for the young and disadvantaged.
Real-world courses and outstanding facilities make us one of Australia's most highly regarded law schools.
Make a difference and pursue a career where no two days are the same.
We're Brisbane's only university offering the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.
The Fletcher Moot encourages students around the globe to learn about international insolvency law and international commercial litigation.
The QUT Torts Moot is a unique international event that provides an insight into the torts practice area.
Law and Information Technology student Josh Buckley won a prestigous Young Technologist Scholarship from Westpac.
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Professor Ben White, Associate Professor Fiona McDonald, and Professor Lindy Willmott
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