Arts Education Law

Griffith experts support reforms of Lao PDR’s water sector

Project to support improvement of water governance and management in Lao People’s Democratic Republic.
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Law Futures Centre

Most Queenslanders support human rights – survey finds

There is overwhelming support for human rights in Qld but many are unaware of the new Human Rights Act.
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Arts Education Law

ARC awards five Future Fellowships and Linkage funding

Griffith University has been awarded Five ARC Future Fellowships.
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Arts Education Law

Australia’s moment to embrace right to repair arrives

Rapid policy developments worldwide have made the right to repair essential consumer protection.
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Arts Education Law

Partnership to understand Indigenous experiences of CTP

A new partnership between Griffith and MAIC will examine the experiences of injured Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the Compulsory Third Party scheme.
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Law Futures Centre

Voluntary Assisted Dying Law Reform – the importance of consultation

This post has been contributed by Dr Jayne Hewitt, senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery and a member of the Law Futures Centre.
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Griffith Law School

The Forgotten Injured: Recovery for Injuries in Aged Care

This post has been contributed by Associate Professor Kylie Burns, member of both Griffith's Law Futures Centre and Hopkins Centre.
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Griffith Law School

New Zealand on sovereignty in cyberspace

This post has been contributed by Dr Samuli Haataja, Lecturer at Griffith Law School and Law Futures Centre member.
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Griffith Law School

The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody: Thirty Years On

This post has been contributed by Professor Elena Marchetti, Professor of Law at Griffith Law School and Law Futures Centre member.
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Biodiversity

Reviewing literature: Convention on Biological Diversity

The United Nations’ Convention on Biological Diversity is the most important global agreement for conservation and arose in response to declines in biodiversity due to human activities.
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Griffith Law School

An analysis of Carl Schmitt and The Buribunks

Quantitative and qualitative legal research: analysing The Buribunks.
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Griffith Law School

Constitutionally Enshrined Voice to Parliament Fills Institutional Gap

This post has been contributed by Associate Professor Kate Galloway, member of the Law Futures Centre and Dr Dani Larkin (Bundjalung), Director of the Indigenous Law Centre at University of New South Wales.
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Law Futures Centre

2020: Forging students’ professional identity and assisting the community

This post has been contributed by Professor Brett Freudenberg, member of the Law Futures Centre. In April 2021, Griffith University secured $100,000 in federal funding to continue the Griffith Tax Clinic. This is the third year of funding, which in part represents the ability of the tax clinic to continue to deliver services to the […]
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Griffith Law School

NDIS: implementation or impairment

Experts say the implementation and development of the NDIS are going to pose greater challenges than its conception.
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Arts Education Law

Simple change could eliminate the need for work tax receipts

New modelling shows capping tax deductions for work-related expenses could simplify Australia's tax system
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Law Futures Centre

A response and set of alternative proposals to land use in the EU

This post is a copy of a response by Dr Tim Cadman, Research Fellow of the Law Futures Centre, to the European Union’s land use, land use change and forestry review of rules.
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Griffith Law School

Anti-suit injunctions and consumer contracts

Post contributed by Mary Keyes, Director of the Law Futures Centre and Therese Wilson, Dean of Griffith Law School.
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Arts Education Law

Human rights advocate inspires next generation

Dr Shahram Dana is using the lessons he learnt at the United Nations to inspire the next generation of crusading legal eagles. A deeply personal passion The senior law lecturer is a lifelong advocate of international human rights, a passion instilled at an early age. As members of the Baha’i Faith, Dr Dana’s parents fled […]
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