The Intellectual Property and Innovation Law Research Program in the Faculty of Law at QUT is hosting an upcoming seminar and book launch on Monday 27 March 2017. Read more
Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz recently published “Family law reform and domestic violence: Lessons from Australia” in Comparative Perspectives on Domestic Violence: Lessons from Efforts Worldwide, edited by Rashmi Goel & Leigh Goodmark (Oxford University Press, 2015).
The Early Career Academic Recruitment & Development (ECARD) Program is a QUT initiative designed to accelerate the professional development and cultural integration of recently recruited early career academics.
The ECARD Program aims to enhance understanding of academic life at QUT in order to accelerate the contribution of early career academics in their teaching, research and service. For the ECARD participant it provides a broad foundation of knowledge about QUT’s research and teaching activities and expectations, as well as the opportunity to develop strong networking and collaborative relationships across the university. Read more
QUT’s Early Career Academic Recruitment and Development (ECARD) Program has been designed to provide newly appointed staff with an excellent platform from which to build their academic careers. The ECARD program is developed and facilitated by experts from across the University and offers a comprehensive suite of activities aimed at developing participants’ skills, knowledge and abilities to help ensure their career success.
The Faculty of Law currently has four ECARD vacancies in the discipline areas of:
- Criminology and policing
- Intellectual property and innovation law
- Indigenous legal issues
- Ethics, professional responsibility, civil procedure and/or evidence.
The School of Justice was featured on Channel 7 news on Tuesday 5 May 2015.
Watch the segment here: The Brisbane University battling domestic violence
The story highlighted QUT’s new domestic violence unit was developed by Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz, Director of the Crime and Justice Research Centre. The elective has an enrollment of 230 justice, social work, law, and psychology students. It features practitioners who guest lecture about their areas of expertise. They provide real world perspectives on working in this area. It is the first interdisciplinary domestic violence unit in Queensland.
The School of Justice has proposed a four unit Graduate Certificate in Understanding Domestic Violence which it hopes to launch in 2016.