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
Law building.

A University of Queensland consumer law expert has urged businesses to review their customer contracts in the wake of a Federal Court decision about ‘extravagant’ late payment fees imposed by the ANZ Bank.

24 February 2014
Queensland and European Union laws enacted to stamp out organised crime will be the focus of a University of Queensland Law School seminar on Friday 24 January.

Queensland and European Union laws enacted to stamp out organised crime will be the focus of a University of Queensland Law School seminar on Friday 24 January.

15 January 2014
Dr Jonathan Crowe.

A University of Queensland international humanitarian law expert has urged Australia to exercise caution before endorsing military intervention in Syria by the United States or its allies.

9 September 2013
Pictured: Matthew Daniell,  Elizabeth Colbran,  Catherine Garlick,  Victoria Allen, Hannah Baldney,  Lindsay Collins and  Alexandra Wolhuter.

The University of Queensland Pro Bono Centre acknowledged the work of community spirited law students at an awards ceremony on Wednesday 7 August.

5 August 2013
UQ graduate Brooke Marshall has secured a sought-after internship at the Permanent Bureau of The Hague Conference on Private International Law in The Netherlands.

University of Queensland Arts and Law graduate Brooke Marshall has secured a sought-after internship at the Permanent Bureau of The Hague Conference on Private International Law in The Netherlands.

24 July 2013

The relationship between traditional and modern legal systems in Pacific island nations will be the focus research by a University of Queensland Law professor.

22 July 2013
Professor Sarah Derrington.

The University of Queensland’s new Dean of Law is set to strengthen industry links to help equip law students to address 21st century challenges.

2 July 2013

A team from Brisbane State High School has been judged the winner of the 2013 Red Cross High School International Humanitarian Law Competition.

7 June 2013
University of Queensland Law Society (UQLS) President Chad Hardy, The Hon Justice Patrick Keane and Catherine Drummond, winner of the UQLS Medal for the Most Outstanding Graduate of the Year.

University of Queensland law students have been awarded for their exceptional academic performance, in areas from taxation law to criminal procedure.

23 May 2013
Jocelyn Bosse, The Honorable Justice Patrick Keane and award winner Krista Mahoney

Lawyer Krista Mahoney of Thynne & Macartney has been named the 2012 University of Queensland Law Mentor of the Year.

16 May 2013

Students from The University of Queensland Law Society are putting superhero Batman on trial to show the public how the Australian court system works.

6 May 2013
Dr Paul O'Shea hopes his research will be used to help consumers avoid overwhelming debt.

Consumer research from The University of Queensland could drive new laws to help Australians understand the “true cost” of credit contracts and avoid overwhelming debt.

6 May 2013

Queensland lawyers and businesses affected by the Commercial Arbitration Bill 2012, can learn about the implementation and benefits of the new laws at a conference on tomorrow.

4 February 2013