Our experts lead at the forefront of technology law research, creating real-world solutions to modern problems.

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Contribute to knowledge in your area of passion with a PhD or Master of Philosophy.

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We work on a diverse range of research projects, funded by major grants and through industry collaboration.

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Research expertise


We aim to understand crime and promote social democracy. Our researchers lead criminology in the global south.

QUT Centre for Justice


We conduct innovative research at the intersection of law, health, ethics, and policy. Our end-of-life law research is shaping national reform.

Australian Centre for Health Law Research


Technology impacts all aspects of our lives, but our laws have been slow to keep up. We are working to protect people's rights in the digital age.

QUT Law Lab

Journals we publish

The International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy is an open access, blind peer reviewed journal. We publish critical research about challenges confronting criminal justice systems around the world. Ranked the #1 Law journal in Australia and the only journal with Scopus Q1 status in the southern hemisphere, this journal is an influential leader in the creation of knowledge.

International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy

Law, Technology and Humans is a new international, open access, peer-reviewed journal for original, innovative research concerned with the human and humanity of law and technology.

Law, Technology and Humans

News, events and social media

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23 Jul 2020

World first study to address a gendered justice system

Improving outcomes for young women offenders must start with a response system designed for them, not male offenders. A global first and QUT-led project aims to discover how these systems could be better designed to improve outcomes for young women.

23 Jul 2020

Had both your heart and wallet broken online? Take a survey to help others

With the cost of romance fraud to Australians jumping to $83 million last year, up from $60.5 million in 2018, a global QUT survey seeks to better understand the techniques offenders use and protect future victims.