Arts Education Law

Adjunct law professor wins Woman Lawyer of the Year

Adjunct Law Professor Dr Bridget Cullen has been recognised for her work in supporting women in the legal profession. Dr Cullen, an appointed member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), received the 2019 Leneen Forde AC Woman Lawyer of the Year from the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland (WLAQ) last month. Dr Cullen’s acceptance speech […]
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Griffith hosts discussion on future of international criminal law

An Australian international criminal lawyer spoke of the horrific experiences of victims and survivors of ongoing genocides in countries throughout the world at a Griffith University round table in October.
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Arts Education Law

Health app pitch hopes to facilitate cannabis prescription

Griffith University’s Professor John Flood and Dr Monique Lewis took part in the annual Brisbane conference HealthHack in September, pitching a technology solution to support medicinal cannabis prescription. Each year, Health Hack brings together problem owners, developers, and designers for an intensive weekend to create solutions for problems around health. Part of team ‘CannaCare’, Professor […]
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Arts Education Law

Griffith Law students named Australian champions at national competition

Yuri Banens and Ethan Barr-Hamilton have returned home as the top Australian team for legal negotiation skills, and overall runner-up in the 2019 ALSA Negotiation Competition.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith Law School welcomes Judge Bradley Farr SC for a week

The Honourable Judge Bradley Farr SC from the District Court of Queensland recently visited Griffith Law School thanks to the unique Judge-in-Residence program.
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Arts Education Law

Rendering criminal trials in visual art

Queensland College of Art’s Dr Julie Fragar is taking a fine art lens to criminal justice with her work Next Witness.
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Arts Education Law

Taylor helps shape global blockchain policy as OECD intern

Griffith law graduate Taylor Henderson has landed a paid internship working on the future of blockchain public policy with the OECD in Paris.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith excels in global academic rankings – achieving the best position of all Australian universities

Griffith has achieved the top spot of any Australian uni in the Shanghai Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2019, ranked second globally for Hospitality and Tourism Management.
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Arts Education Law

Torres Strait culture flows into Griffith kickstarting law review

A group of Griffith Law School staff recently attended a cultural immersion workshop hosted by Torres Strait Islander and senior law lecturer Dr Heron Loban. Supported by the Indigenous Research Unit, the workshop focused on Mabuyag culture, located in the western group of islands in the Torres Strait and forms part of a review into […]
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Business and government

Candice and other emerging leaders ready to tackle today’s urban challenges at 2019APCS

Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of International Business student Candice Noring is fired up ahead of the 2019 Asia Pacific Cities Summit and Mayors’ Forum.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith hosts inaugural networking event for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander law students

Over 30 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander law students from across Queensland’s universities sat down with Indigenous leaders in the legal sector during Law Week.
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Arts Education Law

New Colombo Plan opens doors to international arbitration career 

New Colombo Plan scholar has international arbitration in his sights.
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Griffith Graduate Research School

Kungullanji program highlights value of Indigenous research

The program gives students a taste of what it’s like to be a researcher, and the impact their research could have on the community.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith law students win award at Jessup moot competition

Griffith law students recieved the Best Applicant Memorial Award at the national rounds of the Philip C Jessup International Law moot court competition held in Canberra this month.
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Arts Education Law

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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Arts Education Law

Fake news and banking integrity explored in twilight sessions

How has the digital revolution transformed journalism practices? Can the professionalisation of banking restore its integrity? These questions will be explored in two twilight sessions as part of the Professional Futures Conference at Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University on February 6 and 7. “While journalists have a critical role in holding governments to account, they have […]
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From country life to world travel for law student

As a young girl growing up in Western Queensland, Cassie Heaslip dreamt of life beyond her small country town.    “I was always dreaming of bigger things,’’ the Griffith University student says.   With science as her first love, Cassie enrolled in a Bachelor of Science at Griffith.   “I never even considered studying law but on the first day of university was introduced to the […]
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Arts Education Law

First year law student ‘disrupts’ legal industry

A team of university students including Griffith Law student Ethan Barr-Hamilton, have pitched their award-winning idea to senior lawyers at law firm McCullough Robertson.
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