Two University of Queensland law students have contributed to a successful appeal against the sentence in the case of Leslie Andrews, a 63 year-old Aboriginal man convicted of unlawful wounding in March this year.

4 October 2012

A new study has placed young indigenous females at the highest risk of sustaining assault-related injuries in Queensland.

4 October 2012

The University of Queensland (UQ) postgraduate students are tackling issues in the Australian tourism, hospitality and event industries after participating in innovative problem based learning with prominent industry leaders.

26 September 2012

A project aimed at boosting international student travel to the Gold Coast has received $25,000 in Federal Government funding to help develop initiatives that will stimulate investment and increase tourism.

21 September 2012

A Queensland study has found that independent service stations’ petrol prices were on average one cent per litre cheaper than brand retailers.

11 September 2012

The University of Queensland Law Student Society (UQLS) will delve into the reasons for a high rate of depression, stress and anxiety among law students at a mental health forum this month.

6 September 2012

The University of Queensland has added to its remarkable mooting record in 2012 by winning the Shine Lawyers Torts Moot Competition.

28 August 2012
Moot competition winners (from left) Michelle Taylor from UQ team sponsor Norton Rose, Bianca Kabel, Joshua Underwood, Mitchell Beebe, Coach Dr Sarah Derrington, and UQ Law School Director of Mooting Dr Peter Billings.

Law students from The University of Queensland have built on their strong mooting record, winning the 13th International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot competition.

16 August 2012

University of Queensland law students will enjoy a rare insight into US Supreme Court procedures during a special guest lecture by the US Ambassador to Australia Jeffrey L Bleich when he visits UQ Monday, August 13.

10 August 2012

Indigenous tourism businesses in Western Australia are planning to target new customers in the US and Canada with help from two of the world’s top business schools.

3 August 2012

The Australian Research Council has awarded Australian Laureate Fellowships to two of The University of Queensland’s brightest stars – marine biologist Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg and economist Professor John Quiggin.

30 July 2012
UQ Professor Jennifer Corrin in Solomon Islands.

Research from The University of Queensland aimed at promoting institutional reform in neighbouring countries, has received $902,000 in this year’s round of Future Fellowships.

30 July 2012

Researchers at The University of Queensland (UQ) School of Tourism have developed a tool to gauge the “visitor experience” to allow Australia’s tourism industry to improve in quality and profitability.

16 July 2012

The Director of The University of Queensland Pro Bono Centre at the TC Beirne School of Law has expressed disappointment and regret at recent State Government funding cuts to the Environmental Defenders Offices in Brisbane and Cairns.

11 July 2012

A global ranking of universities has confirmed The University of Queensland’s place as one of the world’s top 100 universities.

30 June 2012
UQ Arts/Law student Juliette Maeji will work for nine weeks in the Austrade office in Paris.

Swapping her family home in Wishart for a Parisian apartment is a dream come true for Juliette Maeji.

28 June 2012

More than 200 economic theorists across the world will attend next week’s major economic conference in Australia.

27 June 2012

Leading international economics scholars are in Brisbane for the first workshop to be held in Australia by the Association for Public Economic Theory (APET).

26 June 2012

Two University of Queensland researchers have spent a week in Islamabad training Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) in preventing and suppressing trafficking in persons and migrant smuggling.

18 June 2012

University of Queensland (UQ) researchers have found Pacific Island migrants are moving to rural Australia to avoid remitting earnings to their wider community back in their home countries.

15 June 2012