Study examines effects of internet child exploitation

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The effects of internet child exploitation on investigators, is the focus of a new Griffith University Australian Research Council Linkage grant. The world-first study will examine the psychological, behavioural, social and health-related impacts on internet child exploitation investigators in all nine Australian policing jurisdictions (AFP, QLD, ACT, NSW, NT, SA, TAS, Vic & WA). Each […]

Taxing success

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Getting students enthusiastic about tax law has earned Griffith Business School Lecturer Brett Freudenberg a national university teaching award. The Australian Learning and Teaching Council awarded Mr Freudenberg a Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning, for his achievements in empowering tax law students for lifelong learning. Mr Freudenberg said not surprisingly students often began […]

Griffith Innovation Challenge entries open

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The Griffith Innovation Challenge is on again and enterprising students from all disciplines are encouraged to team up and enter this business plan competition. Prizes are valued at more than $40,000 with cash, laptops and more up for grabs. Teams are required to create a business plan for a commercial or community organisation and are […]

Queensland moves closer to a fairer justice system

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The Queensland Government has put together a working party to consider possible solutions to correcting wrongful convictions in the State, following consultation between State Attorney General Mr Kerry Shine and members of the Griffith University Innocence Project. The group which includes high ranking members of the Attorney General’s office, the Health Department and the office […]

Students return from the US Congress

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Two Griffith students enjoyed unique access to the US Congress this year as part of an eight week internship program. Law and Arts student Clare Anderson and Arts student Monique Salm were among only 13 Australians selected for the Uni-Capitol Washington Internship Program 2008. Through the program the students travelled to Washington DC and were […]

Law students top international field

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Griffith Law students have just topped the world’s best students in the field of international commercial arbitration — an area of law vital to the increasingly global business sector. Final year students Eammon Atkinson and Mathew Shelley recently won the Vis East International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition held in Hong Kong, beating more than 50 […]

Telecommunications fees under spotlight

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Mobiles, internet and home phones – if you use any or all of these a national telecommunications survey needs you! Griffith University’s Centre for Credit and Consumer Law (CCCL) is conducting a national research project which aims to ultimately improve the experience of telecommunications users. Members of the community are invited to share their experiences […]