Arts Education Law

New Colombo Plan opens doors to international arbitration career 

New Colombo Plan scholar has international arbitration in his sights.
Published
Griffith Graduate Research School

Kungullanji program highlights value of Indigenous research

The program gives students a taste of what it’s like to be a researcher, and the impact their research could have on the community.
Published
Arts Education Law

Griffith law students win award at Jessup moot competition

Griffith law students recieved the Best Applicant Memorial Award at the national rounds of the Philip C Jessup International Law moot court competition held in Canberra this month.
Published
Arts Education Law

High school students challenge law at Griffith

Griffith Law School welcomed over 350 Year 11 and 12 high school students from around Brisbane, for a two-day legal conference held this week.
Published
Arts Education Law

Fake news and banking integrity explored in twilight sessions

How has the digital revolution transformed journalism practices? Can the professionalisation of banking restore its integrity? These questions will be explored in two twilight sessions as part of the Professional Futures Conference at Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University on February 6 and 7. “While journalists have a critical role in holding governments to account, they have […]
Published
Arts Education Law

From country life to world travel for law student

As a young girl growing up in Western Queensland, Cassie Heaslip dreamt of life beyond her small country town.    “I was always dreaming of bigger things,’’ the Griffith University student says.   With science as her first love, Cassie enrolled in a Bachelor of Science at Griffith.   “I never even considered studying law but on the first day of university was introduced to the […]
Published
Arts Education Law

First year law student ‘disrupts’ legal industry

A team of university students including Griffith Law student Ethan Barr-Hamilton, have pitched their award-winning idea to senior lawyers at law firm McCullough Robertson.
Published
Arts Education Law

‘Stop orphanage tourism’ urges Griffith Law lecturer

Griffith Law School lecturer Kate van Doore has used her keynote speech at the Trust Conference to encourage others to put an end to ‘orphanage tourism’.
Published
Arts Education Law

Griffith experts to prepare Human Rights Bill submission

Griffith’s law experts will meet next week to discuss the impact of the proposed Human Rights Act in Queensland.
Published
Arts Education Law

Griffith law student boards the Ship for World Youth

Griffith Law student Lachlan Ryan will set sail next year after being selected to represent Australia alongside 12 other delegates for a unique international exchange funded by the Japanese Government.
Published
Arts Education Law

LGBTI+ law student mentoring program launched

Griffith Law School and McCullough Robertson launched a new mentoring program for LGBTI+ law students at the firm’s Brisbane office this week.
Published
Alumni

Alumni should be role models for younger lawyers

There has never been a more important time for lawyers to be leaders and role models for their younger counterparts entering the profession, said the Honourable Justice Andrew Greenwood in his recent address to Griffith Law School alumni at the Commonwealth Law Courts in Brisbane. “One of the most significant set of challenges now facing […]
Published
Arts Education Law

Book launch – Silenced Victims of Wartime Sexual Violence

Griffith Law School academic Dr Olivera Simic’s new book – Silenced Victims of Wartime Sexual Violence  – will be launched at  South Bank campus on Monday, August 20. The book focuses on the harrowing experiences of Bosnian Serb women, where the collapse of the former Yugoslavia led to brutal war and gross human rights violations throughout […]
Published
Arts Education Law

AEL research shines in Three Minute Thesis Heats

Griffith Criminology Institute doctoral student Moses Amagnya took out first place in the Arts, Education and Law (AEL) heat of the annual Three Minute Thesis Competition held at Griffith’s South Bank campus yesterday. Moses was one of three finalists out of the eleven contestants who will now represent AEL at the university-wide final to be […]
Published
Alumni

Awards showcase outstanding Arts, Education and Law alumni

The 2018 Alumni Awards showcase the rich diversity of Griffith’s Arts, Education and Law graduates. 
Published
Arts Education Law

Unique prison writing program provides voice for Indigenous men

A unique creative writing prison program at Junee Correction Centre (JCC) in New South Wales is helping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men strengthen their connection to culture.
Published
Arts Education Law

Cashless welfare card creating second-class citizens

A proposed bill to expand a Cashless Debit Card trial to Queensland promotes a form of second-class citizenship according to Griffith Law School academic Shelley Bielefeld.
Published
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
Published