Events

This page lists events hosted by UQ Law or events hosted by organisations with which we have an affiliation. 

UQ Law prioritises the health, safety and wellbeing of our people – students, staff, alumni, industry partners and the community – above all else. Due to public health concerns around COVID-19, we are changing the way we bring you events this semester.

 A number of key activities will be planned for Semester 2, so be sure to register. Until then, we are working to bring you some exciting content in the form of live-streaming, podcasts, articles and photos. To make sure you don’t miss out on these updates, opt-in to our Newsletter.

Attending online events

We host and record our online events using Zoom.  If you are new to Zoom, please read our tips for how to set up and use Zoom.

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2019 Law Reunion

20 October 2019 3:00pm5:30pm
The 2019 Law Reunion Reception is being held on Sunday 20 October in the UQ Art Museum, opposite the Forgan Smith Building, at The University of Queensland.
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#transformlaw KWM Prize - pitch final

17 October 2019 5:00pm7:00pm
Over the seven week program, six teams developed innovative proposals for the application of technology in legal practice. We'll be joined by a panel of academic and industry experts who will determine the winning proposal and award the team with $10,000.
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The Prospects for Reform of Investor-State Dispute Settlement

17 October 2019 5:00pm6:45pm
Speaker: Professor Chester Brown, University of Sydney
Chair: The Honorable Justice James Douglas, Supreme Court of Queensland
Commentator: Professor Anthony Cassimatis, UQ Law School
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Autonomous naval vessels and international law

15 October 2019 5:30pm6:30pm
Presented by Professor Rob McLaughlin, Professor of Military Security Law and Director of the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society at UNSW Canberra, and Dr Simon McKenzie, Research Fellow, UQ School of Law.

Coffee Conversations with Dylan McKimmie

14 October 2019 9:15am10:30am
October Coffee Conversation with Dylan McKimmie, partner at international law firm, Norton Rose Fulbright

The living legacies of Spanish colonial property rights: natural resources and the law of the prior sovereign in the United States

11 October 2019 3:00pm4:30pm
Presented by Professor Michael Brescia, Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona
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Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change

11 October 2019 9:00am10:00am
This paper will consider the notion of Indigenous rights in Australia, and the impacts of those rights in a climate change policy vacuum. Presented by Tom McEvoy SC, Australia's first Indigenous Senior Counsel.

Human Rights and Climate Change Conference

11 October 2019 8:45am5:00pm
Friends of the Earth Climate Frontlines, the University of Queensland’s Human Rights Consortium, the Pacific Islands Council of Queensland and Pacific Climate Warriors 350 invite you to be part of our one-day human rights and climate change conference.
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The unitary implementation of corporate governance in Australia and its continuing relevance and fitness for purpose

10 October 2019 3:30pm5:00pm
Presenter: Elizabeth Jameson, PhD candidate, TC Beirne School of Law.
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Which of the Duties of Directors are Fiduciary

10 October 2019 2:00pm3:30pm
Presenter: John Story, PhD candidate, TC Beirne School of Law.
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Propertising Plants: Judging and Abstracting New Varieties

10 October 2019 11:30am12:00pm
Presenter: Hamish Macdonald, PhD candidate, TC Beirne School of Law.
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World Mental Health Day – Law School morning tea

10 October 2019 9:30am12:00pm
This is a space for you, your friends and fellow TCB students to come together to chat, study (individually or in a group), or just grab a snack!

Gender and IoT: the Implications of smart technologies on victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence and abuse

8 October 2019 12:00pm1:00pm
Presented by Leonie Maria Tanczer, University College London’s (UCL) Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy (STEaPP)
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Migration and domestic violence: Women's experiences of proving domestic violence as a requirement for permanent residency

8 October 2019 11:30am12:00pm
Presenter: Ana Flavia Cavalcante Borges Jelinic, PhD candidate, TC Beirne School of Law.
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Annual UQLA breakfast

26 September 2019 7:00am
Join The University of Queensland Law Alumni Association for their annual breakfast, opened by Honourable Justice Sue Brown of the Supreme Court of Queensland.
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UQ Law Research Awards

25 September 2019 4:00pm5:00pm
To coincide with UQ Research Week, we will celebrate outstanding contributions to research by UQ Law School academics and HDR students in the past year.
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Coffee Conversations with Richard Gifford

23 September 2019 10:15am11:30am
September Coffee Conversations with Richard Gifford, Solicitor at Donaldson Law.
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Reconceptualising Information Privacy Law for a Collected World

20 September 2019 12:00pm1:00pm
Presented by Associate Professor Mark Burdon, Queensland University of Technology.

Postgraduate pizza lunch for R U OK? Day

17 September 2019 1:15pm2:30pm
Postgraduate students are invited to relax together at this catered lunch. Please register for catering purposes.
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UQLS Sir Harry Gibbs Lecture

16 September 2019 6:00pm
Guest speaker: Mr Deng Thiak Adut. Host: Aidan Byrne, Provost.
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Political Impact: Writing Submissions to Parliamentary Inquiries

16 September 2019 12:00pm1:30pm
A practical, skills-based seminar on writing submissions and appearing before Parliamentary Inquiries, presented by the Centre for Policy Futures and UQ Law. 

The Regulation of Corporate Ethics: Governance in an Age of Inquiries

13 September 2019 11:00am4:00pm
Half-day interdisciplinary seminar to discuss the challenges of regulating corporate ethics, governance in an age of Inquiries.
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Law Firms of the Future

12 September 2019 1:00pm2:00pm
Kim Trajer (Chief Operating Officer, McCullough Robertson) and Milan Gandhi (Innovation Ambassador, McCullough Robertson/Founder of The Legal Forecast) will explore the basics of how and why modern day law firms are pushing to innovate, and what this actually means in practice particularly for those seeking to enter the profession within the next few years.
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The Right to Health in the new Human Rights Act of Queensland - Crash Course

11 September 2019 9:00am12:00pm
In 2019, Queensland’s Parliament passed the Human Rights Act of Queensland (HRAQ), which will make Queensland the third Australian State/Territory to implement rights legislation. Delivered by Dr Claire E Brolan

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