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28 March 2013

Making sense of media law via social media

Journalism students are using social media to understand the intricacies of media law.

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4 August 2021
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7 October 2020
Chloe Aus

Griffith Law grad advocating for community led solution to help refugees

Recent Law graduate Chloe Aus is making a difference in Sydney, practising as a lawyer and working with Amnesty International...

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30 July 2020
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12 May 2020

Law, Lawyers and Justice: Through Australian Lenses published by Routledge

Law is different in Australia. The origins of the Australian state in a military-run British prison camp.thelegal fictions of terra...

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9 April 2019

Tighter gun laws not the only reform needed in New Zealand: Samara McPhedran

“I think that we can do a lot better, not just on the gun issue, but on many issues around social policy and crime and justice."

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7 February 2019
Dr Chris Butler and Ms Heron Loban at the 2019 High School Legal Conference

High school students challenge law at Griffith

Griffith Law School welcomed over 350 Year 11 and 12 high school students from around Brisbane, for a two-day legal conference held this week.

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7 September 2018

Domestic violence victim/survivors access to social security dependent on income and assets of perpetrator

By Dr Lyndal Sleep Research Fellow Law Futures Centre If you are in an abusive situation or know someone who...

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22 June 2018
Dr Ashley Berge, seated at bench with river and Gold Coast skyline in background

Ashley creates Topicthread for a safer social media experience

Developed by Griffith graduate Dr Ashley M Berge, Topicthread is being promoted as a safer, simpler and more secure social media network in which users have much greater control

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15 May 2018

Law Futures Centre first to translate thought-provoking piece

Dr Kieran Tranter It is not widely known that one of Carl Schmitt’s first pieces of published writing was a...

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