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Man's hand grasping a wire prison fence

Legal professionals, journalists and researchers now have access to a new-and-improved version of the Deaths in Custody Project – the first comprehensive national database of its kind.

13 July 2020
? 2017 Daniel Soekov for Human Rights Watch. A prisoner lies in his solitary confinement cell in the safety unit at Lotus Glen Correctional Centre, northern Queensland.

New research from The University of Queensland has called for an end to solitary confinement in Queensland prisons because of the impact on the mental and physical health of prisoners.

18 May 2020
Zoom screen shot of screen divided in four with students and supervisors

Brisbane legal services affected by the COVID-19 pandemic have been getting much-needed help from University of Queensland Law School students.

13 May 2020

A University of Queensland graduate and advocate for social justice has been named a 2020 Australia-at-large Rhodes Scholar.

17 December 2019

Being part of The University of Queensland’s successful mooting team was the first step towards a potential career at the bar for Arts/Law Valedictorian Mia Williams.

13 December 2019

Distressed rape complainants are perceived to be more credible than those who control their emotions, a University of Queensland study has found.

13 September 2019

Ensuring society’s most vulnerable have access to legal services is the focus of The University of Queensland’s Pro Bono Centre, which is celebrating a decade of continued service to the community.

5 September 2019
Professor Simon Haines,  CEO Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation Professor Heather Zwicker, Executive Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences University of Queensland Professor Peter Hoj, Vice-Chancellor and President, University of Queensland

The University of Queensland expects to offer an extended major in Western Civilisation with effect from 2020 after signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation in Sydney yesterday.

8 August 2019

A scholarship program for Australian high school students wanting to pursue a career in law has been extended to allow even more students to apply.

5 August 2019

A free digital resource to help judges, legal practitioners and frontline staff navigate domestic and family violence cases has been released today.

30 July 2019
The UQ Law team that won the mooting title.

The University of Queensland has defeated The University of Sydney in the grand final of the 20th International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot, marking UQ’s second consecutive world-title win.

8 July 2019
An operator prepares to launch a drone.

Researchers are launching a $9 million study which aims to embed ethics and the law into autonomous defence systems, such as self-driving military vehicles.

1 March 2019
Graham Ackhurst

An Aboriginal writer who ‘gained a second chance at life’ following treatment for a rare cancer has become the first Indigenous recipient of the Fulbright W.G. Walker scholarship.

18 December 2018
Kirby the Assistance Dog.

Despite sleeping through most of his classes, Kirby Bell was an im-paw-tant guest at The University of Queensland’s December graduation ceremonies.

12 December 2018
Sarah Copley in the cloisters of UQ's Great Court

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
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