Griffith Law Futures Centre research finding solutions to 21st century problems
Acting Director and international lawyer Professor Don Anton says the centre’s researchers are already responding to 21st century challenges to law and legal institutions.
“Griffith Law School is placed in the top 50 law schools in the world and research in law is a key strength of the university," he said.
“The centre will continue to leverage off these strengths and expand our research presence nationally and internationally. It will undertake interdisciplinary research responsive to domestic and global change.”
Two of the current nine Australian Research Council Future Fellows in law, Professor Elena Marchetti and Associate Professor Susan Harris-Rimmer, feature in the line-up of the Centre’s staff from Griffith Law School—with other academics from law, environmental sciences, international relations, business, health, criminology and humanities.
The centre’s four research programs focus on solving legal problems posed in the areas of
- Law, Governance and Global Change
- Law & Nature
- Law, Risk and Innovation
- Lawyering, Legal Education & the Future of Law
Griffith Bachelor of LawsGriffith’s Bachelor of Laws (graduate entry) degree includes courses that will equip you to sit the NCA accreditation exams when you finish your degree. You can even sit these exams at the Gold Coast. With a Griffith law degree you could seek admission to practice in both Australia and Canada.
Canadian Law Electives
The following courses are taught in Year 3 as optional electives to assist students who wish to return to Canada to practice:
- Foundations of Canadian Law
- Canadian Criminal Law
- Canadian Constitutional Law
- Canadian Administrative Law
- Canadian Legal Professional Responsibility
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply at least three months prior to the program’s start date to allow time for the pre-departure process.