High schools

At the School of Law we believe that maintaining close contact with schools plays an important part in the process of planning and improving the provision of quality education to its future students.

There are numerous ways that we engage with high schools including:

Academic Visits

Our academic staff can visit schools to:

  • make presentations on studying law to school groups as part of a range of activities integrated into campus visits;
  • visit schools to deliver presentations to students interested in pursuing a career in law;
  • be involved in school career events;
  • take part in Guidance Officers’ Conferences held on campus to assist school guidance officers and career advisors in providing advice to students about studying and careers in law.

To arrange a visit or a presentation, please contact:

UQ School Liaison Team
(07) 3346 9649

UQ Pro Bono Student Educational Presentations

The Law Education & Outreach program run by the UQ Pro Bono Centre, involves law students researching, writing and delivering lessons and seminars to year 9 to 12 students. The seminars aim to build high school students’ knowledge of nationally and internationally significant issues, enabling them to better disseminate the information made available to the public through the government, media and other organisations. 

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