QUT Law Founders’ scholarship recipients were given the opportunity to engage with a diverse panel of members from the judiciary and legal profession at the recent Law Founders’ Scholarship Fund Breakfast.
The Legal Forecast’s Disrupting Law competition over the weekend brought together 25 students from a range of disciplines and universities to innovate and disrupt the legal industry in a 54-hour hackathon event
If COVID hospitalisations increase, it’s still not clear how patients will be prioritised for ICU beds
Dr Eliana Close, Professor Lindy Willmott, Professor Ben White and Associate Professor Tina Cockburn from QUT Law School in collaboration with Professor Simon Young from University of Southern Queensland and Will Cairns from James Cook University discuss the absence of transparent triage protocols and why we need them in place before a potential crisis.
'Wills formalities in the 21st century - Promoting testamentary intention in the face of societal change and advancements in technology'
“A Scholar’s Journey – or how someone who struggles with his iPhone is the world’s most read and cited FinTech scholar”
QUT Global Law, Science and Technology - Episode 4
When cyber security and third party risk specialist Joseph Kelly decided to add an MBA to his credentials, he knew finding the time to upskill on campus was going to be a difficult task.