The School of Law and Justice conducts an active and successful series of research seminars on a wide variety of legal topics for staff, students, and members of the legal community. Practising lawyers may credit appropriate seminars for CPD points.
The 2018 seminars were held monthly from February to November and consisted of a formal research presentation followed by an open forum style discussion with opportunity to ask questions. The series hosts presenters from within USQ, from other universities in Australia, and from universities overseas.
Practitioners can claim points towards their annual CPD requirements if this seminar is directly related to their professional development.
|Wednesday 14 March||Can Indigenous religious freedom ground land rights? Perspectives from Canada's Ktunaxa case, UNDRIP, and elsewhere|
|Wednesday 18 April||Liquor Licensing in Queensland: A Legal and Social History|
|Wednesday 16 May||An overview of the use of ADR at QCAT including mediation and compulsory conferencing across jurisdictions|
|Wednesday 25 July||Regulating the Decoupling of Economic and Environmental Outcomes for a Sustainable Future|
|Wednesday 5 September||The Protection of Girls and Women in German and Australian Criminal Law – A 2017 DAAD-Universities Australia Joint Research Cooperation Project|
For more information please contact the Academic Division by emailing AD-Seminars@usq.edu.au.