Study among the world's best

When you study law at Griffith, you’re studying among the world’s best. We are the highest ranked Australian university for Law in the 2020 Academic Ranking of World Universities. Learn from award-winning teachers, who have been recognised for their outstanding work and join the ranks of successful Griffith law graduates.

Why study law at Griffith?

Work ready

Practical experience throughout your degree, career advice from our Industry Liaison officer and events like Meet the Profession to expand your network

Legal clinic specialist

We helped pioneer legal clinics in Australia and now offer one of the broadest offerings of industry placements in Australia to our students, work across the legal industry to find your career calling

Law with conscience

We are committed to social justice and believe in law as a powerful instrument of change. When you graduate you'll not only understand the law, but have the knowledge and skills to challenge it

First class support

Griffith has dedicated first year coordinators and online resources to help students, particularly first in family to university or law, get personalised support in their foundation year

Study law at Griffith

Discover all our undergraduate study options including double degrees

Discover our facilities

Explore some of the teaching spaces that Griffith Law School has to offer, including our famous Moot Courts.


Get valuable experience with Griffith's legal clinics

Griffith helped pioneer clinical legal education in Queensland, paving the way for legal clinics to be included in Law degrees. We have years of research and experience that has helped us successfully meet the needs of our industry partners and our students.

Popular legal clinics

We offer a diverse selection of clinics through our collaborations with industry partners.

  • Advanced Family Law clinic
  • Minter Ellison Internship
  • Innocence Project
  • Refugee law and policy clinic
  • Street Law
  • Community Lawyering
  • Trimester in Practice

Find out more

Innocence Project

Our collaborative pro bono project working to free the wrongly convicted