The UQ Law School has significant research expertise in the area of transnational law. By exploring the development and application of the law in many jurisdictions, this research provides a comparative analysis which can be used to inform legal change and enhance mutual understanding between nations, especially in the Asia-Pacific region.
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The Centre for Public International and Comparative Law is comprised of a vibrant group of scholars whose work focuses on three aspects of law – public, international and comparative –within an Asia-Pacific context. Learn More
We work closely with other scholars on research, projects and discussions relating to the Solomon Islands. Learn More
With the support of the Korean Ministry of Justice, the school has welcomed prosecutors and judges from the Republic of Korea (ROK) as visiting research fellows of the Centre for Public International and Comparative Law. Learn more