“Because of her, we can,” say Griffith Indigenous women

Alumni
With NAIDOC week upon us, three of Griffith’s most prominent indigenous students share their personal stories.
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Arts Education Law

Malaysian high schoolers judge Griffith’s mock trial competition a success

Nearly 100 budding lawyers from top high schools in the East Malaysian state of Sabah put their legal skills to the test
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Arts Education Law

Griffith earns top marks on world stage

Griffith University has asserted its place as a global standout in the 2018 ShanghaiRanking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects, earning noteworthy results for several of its courses.
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Arts Education Law

Changing our endangered relationship with wildlife

We are in the midst of a mass extinction crises. We are losing entire species at an unprecedented rate, and we  - us humans - are to blame.
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Arts Education Law

Australian law set to tackle orphanage trafficking in travel company supply chains

Orphanage volunteering is seen as a positive for developing nations. However, child protection advocates have long reported the harm it causes children and the industry that profits from it.
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New Griffith Law School Dean aims for deeper alumni links

Developing deeper relationships with Griffith Law School alumni is the aim of Griffith Law School's new Dean and Head of School Associate Professor Therese Wilson.
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High achieving law students awarded

More than 30 high achieving Griffith Law students were honoured for their academic accomplishments at the Dean’s Law Awards­
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More protection needed for Australians’ online consumer rights

Many Australians have embraced the ‘sharing economy’ such as Uber and AirBnb, but how many people realise when they tick the terms and conditions, they’re effectively giving away their rights to accessible and affordable dispute resolution?
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Susan Harris-Rimmer in world’s top 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy

Associate Professor Susan Harris-Rimmer has been named as one of the world's 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy.
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Alumni

Dual awards for Griffith Law alumnus

Griffith Law School alumnus Terrence Stedman has received two prestigious Queensland Law Society Profession Awards.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith Law School walks to support community legal service

Griffith Law School staff and students will walk alongside hundreds of legal professionals in Brisbane and around Queensland on National Pro Bono Day to raise money for community law organisation LawRight.
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Master of International Law provides commercial benefits for Austin

From hostage negotiation to international business, Master of International Law student Austin Whittaker is used to high pressure situations.
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Report outlines impact of digital transformation across agriculture

Australian agriculture needs to be digital and data-ready to unlock its full potential according to a new report by Griffith Law School​’s Associate Professor Leanne Wiseman and ​Associate Professor ​Jay Sanderson from the University of the Sunshine Coast.. “Digital agriculture is transforming agri-food networks, and new technologies have been introduced and are embedded in many […]
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Book reveals true stories of war’s female victims

A new book by Griffith Law School academic Dr Olivera Simic  explores the silence surrounding women’s experiences of wartime sexual violence.
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Students gain insight into life of man wrongly convicted

Imagine being accused of a murder you didn’t commit and imprisoned for more than 20 years.
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Griffith Law School

WLAQ celebrates Griffith’s inspiring women in law

Griffith Law School​'s​ ​​Professor​ Mary Keyes and Associate Professor Therese Wilson have been named on the Women Lawyers Association of Queensland (WLAQ) 2018 Inspo List
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25 years of Australian Feminist Law Journal

This year the renowned Australian Feminist Law Journal will celebrate 25 years of publication, we look back at some of the covers from the past decade.
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Key advocate welcomes new campaign targeting orphanage tourism

Griffith law lecturer Kate van Doore has welcomed the Federal Government's announcement of a new campaign to prevent Australians from inadvertently contributing to child exploitation.
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