Seminar & lecture series
Each year, the School hosts a number of high–profile lecture and seminar events engaging leading visiting scholars, practitioners and members of the judiciary from Queensland, Australia and other parts of the world. For further information about any of these series or publications flowing from them, please follow the relevant links below. To receive advance notice of upcoming lectures, seminars and other Law School news, please subscribe to the Law School’s E–Newsletter.
- The TC Beirne Law School Research Seminar Series
This series provides a showcase for the legal research of members of the Law School and visiting scholars from other universities, countries and disciplines.
- Current Constitutional Controversies Colloquium Series
Current Constitutional Controversies is a colloquium series dedicated to timely and incisive discussion of the most important constitutional cases decided by the High Court of Australia each year.
- Current Legal Issues Seminar Series
A high–profile series of seminars on contemporary legal issues. The series aims to bring together leading scholars, practitioners and members of the Judiciary in Queensland, other Australian jurisdictions and abroad.
- The Social Justice Forum Series
Established in 2013, this series is presented by Caxton Legal Centre Inc, the UQ Law School, Queensland University of Technology Law School and Griffith Law School. Each event brings a panel of experts together to discuss a topical legal and socio-legal issue.
- The Richard Cooper Memorial Lecture Series
A series of lectures dedicated to the late Justice Richard Cooper of the Federal Court of Australia and to his particular interests in the fields of maritime and native title law.
- The TC Beirne Informal Working Paper Seminar Series
This is an informal series of papers, internal to the Law School, providing an opportunity for scholars to exchange ideas with colleagues and receive feedback and support on papers in the preparatory stages of a research project. For further details, please contact the individual presenter.