Griffith Law School alumni are tomorrow's leaders
Our alumni have made significant contributions to their communities and the profession both nationally and internationally. Read some of the stories from the many dedicated advocates who have studied with us.
We encourage you to join our alumni community and take part in professional development and student mentoring activities, our annual Meet the Profession networking event and our public lectures.
Where can a law degree take you?
Outstanding law alumni honoured
Griffith Law School alumni are the protagonists of this year’s 2020 Outstanding Alumni Awards for the Arts, Education and Law group. Three members of our alumni community have been recognised in this round of the prestigious annual awards.
Congratulations to Professor Cephas Lumina, Jayde Geia and Dr Jeff Thompson
Legal eagles score spots on Best Lawyer List 2020
Several Griffith Law School alumni have found themselves on Australia’s Best Lawyers List for 2020. For more than 30 years, Best Lawyers has published the world’s premier guide for the legal profession and recognised top legal talent in more than 70 countries worldwide.
Remarkable Law Alumni
Professor Cephas Lumina
Professor Cephas Lumina is a Zambian lawyer and human rights expert whose counsel has been sought at the highest level of global human rights advocacy – the United Nations.
Jayde Geia has pioneered a new way of approaching barriers in the legal industry; bridging the gap between consultants, business leaders and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities for sustainable outcomes.
Dr Jeff Thompson
Dr Jeff Thompson is a New York City law enforcement veteran, former crisis and hostage negotiator, and now a mental health specialist. He combines professional experience and academic rigour to save lives.
Chris Eigeland is an entrepreneur, international lawyer and Australia’s Youth Representative to the United Nations for 2016.
Joshua Creamer has been recognised in the prestigious Doyle's Guide to the Australian Legal profession as a Leading Junior Counsel in Native Title Law.
Kara Cook was awarded the 2014 Young Lawyer of the Year Award and is currently the Councillor for the Morningside Ward in the Brisbane City Council.
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