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We’re helping lead the way to a fairer future
Our School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is one of the largest communities of criminology and criminal justice students in the world. The Griffith Law School is also highly acclaimed, ranked in the top 100 globally. As a criminology or law student at Griffith, you'll benefit from our industry-informed learning and gain valuable experience working on real cases and clients during your studies.
Study criminology and law at Griffith
Pave the way to a rewarding profession.
Practice makes perfect
You’ll graduate with real-world skills dealing with a range of cases, governments, agencies and projects. Studying law, you’ll gain practical experience from your first year through moots, court visits and industry networking. Studying criminology and criminal justice, you’ll gain hands-on experience in policing, custodial and community corrections, youth justice, security agencies and more.
Learn from the best
You’ll learn from award-winning teachers and staff who are considered international leaders in their field. Our cutting-edge research also feeds into our degrees, giving you the most up-to-date study content and best skills for an employment edge.
Gain a global perspective
Our School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is one of the largest and fastest growing communities of criminology and criminal justice scholars in the world. The School is internationally renowned for ground-breaking research, innovative and flexible teaching and close collaboration with practitioners and employers. Our Griffith Law School is highly acclaimed—ranked among the world’s top 100 law schools, according to the 2016 QS World University Rankings by Subject. Through courses in global law, exchanges to partner universities in North America, Europe or Asia, and numerous opportunities to participate in international competitions, you’ll graduate with valuable international experience.
Our criminology and law degrees span a variety of legal and criminology careers. Depending on your degree and specialisation, you may find roles in law, welfare or politics, or policing and government agencies.
Griffith law graduate
2014 Australian Young Lawyer of the Year
Principal Solicitor of Women's Legal Service Qld
May 31, 2016
Law student excellence and donor support recognised
Monday 26 September — Friday 30 September
Queensland conservatorium auditions
Queensland Conservatorium live auditions will be conducted the week beginning Monday 26 September.
Friday 30 September
QTAC and UAC on time applications close
To attend Griffith in 2017, apply for our degrees via QTAC or UAC by 30 September, 2016. You can apply after this date, but a late fee will apply.
Friday 30 September
Queensland Conservatorium QTAC and UAC applications due
Apply by 30 September via QTAC or UAC for Queensland Conservatorium degrees.
Monday 27 February — Friday 26 May
From 2017, we’ll be teaching across three trimesters, rather than two semesters, with our first trimester kicking off on Monday 27 February.