Dr Kelly says the global sports industry is a $US1.5 trillion business

Match-fixing, doping, organised crime and player contracts are the kind of curve balls that will be pitched in a new course offered by The University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law.

7 August 2017
Anna John

University of Queensland graduate Anna John has supercharged an international legal career by learning a second language.

19 July 2017
The Law School's Moot Court

The highly-regarded Lawyer’s Weekly has named 10 young University of Queensland law alumni as finalists in the nation’s top 30 young lawyers.

12 June 2017
Award winners Sam Walpole and Priam Rangiah

Almost 200 students from Queensland’s oldest law school have been recognised for their diverse achievements at an award ceremony at Brisbane’s Customs House.

11 May 2017
Pictured from left to right:  UQ Chancellor Peter Varghese AO, BEL SET Director Rhea Jain and UQ Provost Professor Aidan Byrne.

A University of Queensland student employability service has won a prestigious 2016 Australian Financial Review Higher Education Award.

17 November 2016
Amelia Radke

After noticing defendants fare evading and sleeping rough in order to get into the city for a court hearing, two UQ postgraduate students teamed up to do something about it.

14 November 2016
TCB's Wide World of Torts is set to tackle politics and pop

Law school: a hothouse of diligent students who spend sleepless nights buried in stacks of case law and towers of text books. Right?

16 August 2016

Two University of Queensland law students have been putting their skills to the test in the Malaysian state of Sabah, in Borneo, through pro bono legal work.

2 March 2016

University of Queensland graduate Abigael Mawby will move from Iran to New York to study anti-corruption law after winning a prestigious John Monash scholarship.

25 February 2016

A group of University of Queensland law students have gained insight into corruption, money laundering and human trafficking thanks to an innovative law course in Switzerland this month.

17 February 2016
The national champions ... Nicole Brazier, Edward O'Brien, William Randall and Joshua Roser

Four University of Queensland students will compete in an international business competition in Dubai in April, after notching up UQ’s third consecutive win in a national tournament.

5 February 2016
Artist's impression of the Forgan Smith refurbishment

Queensland judicial leaders tried their hands as graffiti artists at The University of Queensland’s landmark Forgan Smith building this morning to mark the beginning of a new chapter in the building’s history.

27 November 2015

A UQ criminal law professor will deliver the keynote address at the European Union’s Anti-Trafficking Day in Vienna, Austria, on 14 October.

12 October 2015
Left to right: Jimmy Jessup (Convenor), Nicki Murray (Video Director), Joy Qin, Henry Bretz, Will Baxter, Steele McMahon, Katie Wheatley, Henry Meehan, Izzy Belonogoff.

Failing an exam at The University of Queensland is no laughing matter.

6 August 2015

A University of Queensland law graduate with a passion for human rights has won Cambridge University’s coveted Whewell Scholarship in International Law.

16 July 2015

He has presided over some of Queensland’s highest profile criminal trials, but former Justice George Fryberg is probably best known for taking on the Newman Government’s controversial anti-bikie laws.

22 June 2015
UQ and the UN have collaborated to produce a report on migrant smuggling in Asia

The University of Queensland has collaborated with the United Nations to produce a world-first comprehensive report on migrant smuggling in Asia.

5 May 2015
Law reform is necessary to avoid complex court cases and to end uncertainty for surrogate babies, mothers and contracting parents.

Australia should urgently legalise commercial surrogacy, says the Family Court’s Chief Justice Diana Bryant.

15 April 2015
The program includes exercise, yoga and pilates to help students manage stress and anxiety.

Helping students manage the demands of studying law is the aim of a new program at The University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law.

1 April 2015
Research shows that Australia’s policy to turn-back boats does little to combat migrant smuggling.

Research by The University of Queensland’s Migrant Smuggling Working Group shows that Australia’s policy to turn-back boats does little to combat migrant smuggling, violates international obligations and jeopardises the fragile relationship with...

13 March 2015