QUT Startup Law Clinic to provide legal advice for startups and social enterprises

QUT Law School has partnered with Gadens and Brisbane Business Hub to provide a unique Work Integrated Learning experience for students and a value-add for the Brisbane startup ecosystem.

Law School celebrates the largest graduating cohort of First Nations students in its history

Eight First Nations students graduated with law degrees from QUT on Monday, marking the largest cohort of Indigenous students to graduate from the Law School in its history.

Transforming state responses to technology-facilitated domestic violence

Domestic violence remains one of the most pressing social issues for Australia. Our justice systems have a crucial role to play in preventing technology-facilitated violence as well as safeguarding and empowering survivors.

Law and justice students tackle issues affecting youth in the Cherbourg community

Law and justice students partnered with Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services (CRAICCHS) to assist the Cherbourg community with issues surrounding child safety and youth mental health as part of an Indigenous Justice Placement elective unit.

Des Butler’s Lasting Legacy for Law Students

Professor Des Butler was an award-winning and innovative teacher and his legacy will continue on, not only in his past students, but with prizes and scholarships to reward excellence and support disadvantaged law students to reach their potential.