Explore our learning and teaching facilities

Visit some of the spaces that Griffith Law School has to offer; explore our Gold Coast Moot Court in 360° and experience how we provide our students with a perfect balance of legal theory and practice.

Moot Courts

Griffith Law School equips students to deal with contemporary issues with a perfect balance of legal theory and practice, right from the first year of study. Our teaching facilities and moot courts provide our students with the opportunity to solve real legal problems, in front of a judge and jury by engaging in a simulated court proceeding.

Find out more about studying law at Griffith Law School.

Nathan Moot Court

Nathan Moot Court

We offer a range of mooting electives that support practical learning

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Explore our Gold Coast Moot Court in 360°

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Campus tour

Gold Coast campus

With more than 18,000 students, our largest campus boasts a range of state-of- the-art facilities and offers teaching and research in almost all disciplines.

Nathan campus

Nathan is our foundation campus, officially opened in 1975. Today, the campus hosts more than 13,000 students and offers degrees in almost all disciplines.

STUDY LAW AT GRIFFITH

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Experience Beyond the Classroom

Get valuable experience through our industry placements and mooting competitions

Explore our printmaking studios in 360°

Queensland College of Art is nationally recognised for the quality and safety of its printmaking studios. The printmaking techniques supported in them include; papermaking, relief/woodblock printing, letterpress, intaglio/etching, lithography, silk screening, artists books and a range of digital techniques including laser engraving. Students working in these studios are encouraged to seamlessly integrate technical proficiency into the conceptual content of their work and join a celebrated list of artists making prints when they graduate.

Find out more about studying fine art at the Queensland College of Art

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Ways to experience virtual reality

New to virtual reality? You can view our 360º tours and videos using your phone, tablet, computer or VR headset. You can also use the YouTube app on your device.

On your computer you can click to change your perspective and on your phone or tablet you can move your phone or use your finger.

A VR headset will give you the best experience and let you feel like you are really on-campus. Before you immerse yourself remember to take note of your surroundings, have a clear space around you and keep your feet on the ground. If you get dizzy please take a break. Coming to Griffith is exciting but we don’t want you to get a head spin!

Explore more Griffith spaces in virtual reality