• Cyber security: the new challenge for company directors

    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

    UQ welcomes new leader for law school

    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

    UQ triumphs at international advocacy contest

    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
Dr Ananian-Welsh.

Judicial independence expert Dr Rebecca Ananian-Welsh knew her time in Queensland wasn’t going to be boring when Chief Justice Tim Carmody was controversially sworn into office within a week of her moving to The University of Queensland from New...

6 October 2016
The scholarship will provide successful applicants with $7000 a year for up to five years, to assist with the cost of undertaking a Bachelor of Laws (Hons)

A $2 million donation from the University of Queensland Endowment Fund (UQef) will create opportunities for students from disadvantaged backgrounds to study at UQ’s prestigious TC Beirne School of Law.

13 September 2016
UQ law students Tammy Tang, Ashley Chandler and Phoebe Kelly were selected for the BABSEACLE internship.

University of Queensland law students shared their knowledge with their Myanmar counterparts during a recent visit, in an effort to increase their understanding of access to justice.

5 September 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
Zachary Frazer and Mollie O'Connor

Two University of Queensland law students have proven their legal prowess by winning the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Mooting competition at the Supreme Court of Queensland.

26 May 2016
Dan Rogers, Jordan English, Chief Justice Catherine Holmes, Professor Peter Høj

The future of Australia’s legal profession is bright, based on the sharp young minds honoured for academic achievements and contributions to Australia’s legal services industry at the University of Queensland last night.

19 May 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
The  ‘Phoenix Jessup Mooters’ ... will be competing in Washington DC

University of Queensland law students will travel to Washington DC to compete in the international finals of the world’s largest mooting competition, after a judging error was discovered in the Australian finals.

1 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

University of Queensland alumna and Court of Appeal Justice Catherine Holmes has been appointed Queensland’s 19th Chief Justice.

9 September 2015
Conference presenter William Lee, with law school dean Professor Sarah Derrington

Three University of Queensland law students will travel to Myanmar next week to present at the Asia Pro Bono Conference and Legal Ethics Forum.

2 September 2015