• Sarah Copley in the cloisters of UQ's Great Court

    High-achieving graduate dreams a dream

    In name alone, I Dreamed a Dream could well be the appropriate title track to multi-talented Sarah Copley’s time at The University of Queensland.

    7 December 2018
  • Matt McLennan

    Million-dollar gift to foster future legal minds

    Inspired by his own university experience, leading funds manager Matt McLennan has donated $1 million to The University of Queensland Law School to provide students with collaborative learning spaces.

    14 November 2018
  • UQ lawyers respond to Human Rights Act

    A number of human rights experts at The University of Queensland Law School have welcomed the Queensland Government’s Human Rights legislation tabled in Parliament yesterday.

    1 November 2018
L-R: Nick Frazer, Martin Doyle, Naomi McCarthy and Cassia Bray. Credit: Gerard Lillis.

Teamwork, advocacy and sharp legal minds have guided three University of Queensland law students to victory at the fourth annual Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students’ Moot at the Federal Court of Australia in Brisbane.

17 August 2018

A team of law students and staff at The University of Queensland has developed Australia’s first comprehensive deaths in custody website.

2 August 2018
Law students at UQ

The University of Queensland is offering scholarships for up to 17 students from diverse backgrounds to study at UQ’s internationally-renowned TC Beirne School of Law.

12 July 2018

The University of Queensland has claimed its second international mooting title for this year after winning the 19th International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot Competition.

9 July 2018

Eleven young University of Queensland lawyers who died in World War II have been commemorated in a book released yesterday.

26 June 2018

ASX data shows that 80 percent of companies expect an increase in cyber risk over the next year, but who is responsible when cybercrimes occur?

1 June 2018
Professor Patrick Parkinson

The University of Queensland has appointed Professor Patrick Parkinson as the new Academic Dean and Head of School for the TC Beirne School of Law.

16 May 2018
L to R - Claire Robertson, Samara Cassar, Julius Moller, Hennie Lui, Keilin Andersen (coach), Edward Watson and Professor Anthony Cassimatis

The University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law has beaten more than 600 teams from around the world to be crowned the winner of the 2018 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington DC, USA.

10 April 2018

Australians who commit white-collar crimes such as fraud should face stronger penalties according to a University of Queensland researcher.

14 March 2018
Credit: Christopher Frederick Jones.

The team behind the transformative refurbishment of The University of Queensland’s Forgan Smith building has been recognised at the Australian Institute of Architects’ National Awards.

13 November 2017
Emeritus Professor Ian Zimmer ... his legacy lives on.

Emeritus Professor Ian Zimmer was a key leader at The University of Queensland in the years leading up to his retirement in 2013.

8 November 2017

Turning on your lights with your smart phone might make you feel secure, but advances in wi-fi technology are also making it easier for domestic violence perpetrators to spy on victims.

19 September 2017

What do slush funds, smart home safety, smuggling and sport have in common?

18 September 2017
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