Griffith Law School is consistently ranked as one of the world's top 100 law schools. The School is committed to social justice and offers a curriculum that is practical, critical and global in outlook. We offer an interdisciplinary legal education with a diverse range of double degrees, and students gain extensive practical skills through mooting, negotiation, research and other skills-based learning opportunities.
The Griffith Legal Clinic program enables students to engage in legal practice, policy work and community legal education, working with real clients and cases with our clinic partners.
Students have many opportunities to gain an international perspective on the law through exchanges with partner institutions abroad, a wide range of international law courses, and international competitions. Griffith Law School is home to internationally renowned scholars who are at the forefront of legal research and reform. Our legal research has been consistently recognised by the Australian Research Council as 'above world standard'.
2016 Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture
Will the likely refusal to cancel the 2016 Rio Olympics result in major threats to the enjoyment of the right to health, worldwide?