Law Students at UQ Undergraduate Research Conference

4 Sep 2015
UQ Law Student Elissa Morcombe

UQ Law students Elissa Morcombe, Hamish Macdonald, and Colin Craig will be presenting at the 2015 UQ Undergraduate Research Conference. The multidisciplinary conference is in its sixth year and showcases the quality and breadth of research conducted by undergraduate students. This year 68 students are communicating their research through oral, poster and Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) presentations and $7,500 in cash prizes will be awarded to the best presenters.

Details of sessions are below:

Innes Room 1&2, UQ Union Complex #21

SESSION 1 - 9:30am – 11:00am
Mr Colin Craig, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law / Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Prosecution of people smugglers in Australia 2011–14
(Speaker #3)

SESSION 2 – 11:15am – 12:45pm
Mr Hamish MacDonald, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
Barriers to ratification of the United Nations protocol against the smuggling of migrants
(Speaker #6)

SESSION 3 – 1:45pm – 3:15pm
Ms Elissa Morcombe,
Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
Trafficking in persons: from victim to perpetrator (Speaker #5)