Arts Education Law

Human rights lawyer contributes to the winning Women’s World Cup bid

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 bid was assisted by an unassuming Griffith University human rights defender.
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Alumni

3 days for students to get startup skills

Griffith University students built the foundations of their own entrepreneurial ventures during the 3 Day Startup workshop this month.
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Arts Education Law

A bright future for vision-impaired legal eagles

Two vision-impaired law students are off to a flying start at Griffith, achieving top marks in their first trimester even in the midst of a pandemic.
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Alumni

Class of 2020 graduating with a difference

Graduating Griffith students are celebrating their academic milestone virtually this year as COVID-19 mass gathering restrictions move the ceremonies online.
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Academic Administration

Griffith game changers highlight the impact of COVID-19 on women around the globe

Griffith University game changers spoke at the WOW Global 24 Festival about how COVID-19 has impacted women.
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Business and government

Shanghai Ranking declares Griffith Nursing and Midwifery Australia’s best and number 2 globally

Griffith has been ranked number 1 in Australia for Nursing and Midwifery, Hospitality and Tourism Management, and Law (including Criminology) in ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2020.
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Criminology and law

Blockchain property investment proposal needs reboot

South Australia’s proposed bricklet property investment system could be a legal pandora’s box.
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Griffith Law School

A Cultural Heritage Stitch Up in WA

Last month, mining giant Rio Tinto destroyed caves in the Juukan Gorge in Western Australia while blasting in the area as part of its mining operations. The caves contained archaeological treasures evidencing human occupation spanning some 46,000 years. As such, they represent globally significant sites far older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids of Egypt. But […]
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Alumni

Legal eagles score spots on Best Lawyer List 2020

High flying Griffith legal eagles have scored spots on Australia’s Best Lawyers List 2020.
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Alumni

CEPH members’ fight against COVID-19

Researchers at and alumni from Griffith's Centre for Environment and Population Health (CEPH) have been working to safeguard global health security during COVID-19.
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Arts Education Law

On track to graduate… thanks to Griffith

All things being equal, mother of three Sarah Page will graduate this year, following a long journey during which she doubted she'd ever achieve her dream of practicing law.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith student set after indigenous scholarship win

Griffith law student, Victoria Blundell, has received a $30,000 QIC Indigenous Tertiary Scholarship in her first year at university.
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Arts Education Law

Geoengineering not a climate change quick fix

Untested 'techno-fixes' such as geoengineering are not the answer to climate change mitigation.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Pandemic won’t Hult students’ international competition

A scheme to build rooftop community gardens will spearhead a Griffith undergrad team's efforts against some of the world’s brightest in the Hult Prize Regional Finals.
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Arts Education Law

New approach needed for conservation and ethical sharing of biological resources and science benefits

Researchers call for a new approach for sharing the benefits of biological resources, science and technology.
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Arts Education Law

Commitment to equality on International Women’s Day

On International Women’s Day, Griffith University acknowledges its role in creating a diverse and inclusive workforce.
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Alumni

Griffith graduate plays key part in historic class action win

After years of litigation, Barrister Joshua Creamer, a Griffith graduate, is celebrating the final payments to beneficiaries of the Palm Island class action lawsuit.
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Griffith Law School

Signing off: 30 Years as a Law Professor

As I get ready to leave the legal academe after thirty years of service — with only one brief interruption to return to practice as the Director of Policy and Senior Solicitor with the Environmental Defenders Office, a scrappy public interest environmental law firm, in the late 1990s — it seemed fitting to me to […]
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