Sisters aim for law reform to fight domestic violence

Arts Education Law
A passion for protecting Australian women from the perils of domestic violence is the aim for Gold Coast sisters and Griffith University students, Gina Masterton and Rebecca Masterton.
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Law Futures research – finding solutions to 21st century problems

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​Griffith University launched the Law Futures Centre at South Bank campus on Wednesday, March 22.
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Early Career Research Award for criminology academic

Researching Queensland's policing procedures has proved arresting for Griffith's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice lecturer Dr Elise Sargeant.
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Arts Education Law

Prof Mathew addresses UN in Geneva

Professor Pene Mathew, Head and Dean of the Griffith Law School presented a paper at the United Nations in Geneva this week.
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Criminology and law

University research support for Domestic Violence Centrelink Debt Waver Bill

Reforming the law to allow the Centrelink debts of family or domestic violence victims to be waived is long overdue.
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Arts Education Law

Million dollar data lab sheds light on Qld crime

Griffith University researchers are analysing more than one million Queensland crimes to forecast where future crime hotspots are likely to occur.
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Arts Education Law

Why slow progress on female workforce participation?

The Australian delegate to the W20, Associate Professor Susan Harris-Rimmer, presented the final communique to Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin this week.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith leads the way for student satisfaction

In country's top two following quality learning and teaching survey
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Arts Education Law

Josh’s visit inspires Indigenous law students

Barrister Joshua Creamer (second, left)with Griffith law students Isiah Banu, Murray Porter and Lydia Ross. By journalism intern Monique Gilmore Work experience is essential in preparing for a career in law. This was the advice given to Griffith Law School’s Indigenous students by prominent barrister Joshua Creamer during a recent visit to Nathan campus. The […]
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Business and government

Political donation reform needed to regain public trust

With Queensland's new political donation disclosure system now online, a new international survey shows strong Australian support for banning businesses from making political donations.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith hosts second Future Leaders Retreat

Students from 40 high schools descend on Gold Coast campus for three-day experience.
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Business and government

Online legal support plan to help small businesses

A passion for providing online legal support to small businesses is the focus for Griffith Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business student Shaun Milligan, recipient of one of this year’s prestigious New Colombo Plan scholarships.
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High flyer wins New Colombo Scholarship

Elizabeth Dowrie will pursue her passion for women’s rights and social justice in Beijing after winning a New Colombo Plan scholarship. “When I heard the news, my heart started thumping,” she said. “I feel very lucky and honoured.”
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Alumni

AEL awards showcase top alumni

Award-winning author Rebecca Johnson has been named Griffith University's 2016 Arts, Education and Law Alumnus of the Year for inspiring a love of science in children. Dami Im has won the 2016 Arts, Education and Law Young Alumnus of the Year.
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Ramos-Horta to deliver Integrity 20 keynote

Former President of Timor-Leste Dr José Ramos-Horta will deliver the keynote address at Griffith University’s Integrity 20 on Tuesday, October 25.
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Arts Education Law

Human rights focus of Fitzgerald Lecture

President of the Human Rights Commission, Professor Gillian Triggs presented the Tony Fitzgerald Lecture on Tuesday, September 29.
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Arts Education Law

Law student excellence and donor support recognised

Donors, staff and students gathered to celebrate academic excellence at a prize ceremony held at the Griffith Law School last week.
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