Indigenous Peoples and the Law

UQ’s Indigenous Peoples and the Law Research Cluster is an interdisciplinary network of UQ scholars undertaking research on the relationship between Indigenous peoples and law. Comprising academic staff and postgraduate students, the Cluster has members in the disciplines of law, anthropology, political science, sociology and public health. By linking scholars across UQ, the Cluster serves as a space for interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations about Indigenous peoples and the law. The Cluster’s main activities are the holding of research seminars and reading groups.

For more information about the Cluster or to become a member, please contact the Cluster Coordinator, Dr Dylan Lino at