Law Week 13–19 May 2019 (Qld)

Fostering a better understanding of the role law and justice plays in our society.

New laws in Queensland regarding image abuse

Sharing nudes? It’s now a crime here in Queensland to share – or threaten to share – an intimate image without that person’s consent. You could face up to th...

The Queensland Human Rights Act is now law. It is due to commence 1 Jan 2020.

The Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland will be renamed the Queensland Human Rights Commission, and continue its complaint handling, education, and training functions under the Anti-Discrimination Act. The Commission will also work to resolve human rights complaints, as well as provide information, education, and training on the Human Rights Act.

Qld Court judges - judicial profiles

This database contains biographical profiles of current and former members of the Queensland judiciary, and is updated at the request of individual Judges and Magistrates. Search the complete list of all current members of the judiciary below.

Whole of government Right to Information

The Queensland Government is committed to giving the community greater access to information. The Right to Information reforms strengthen the community’s right to access government-held information, unless, on balance, releasing the information would be contrary to the public interest.

Australasian Legal Information Institute

Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII), a joint facility of UTS and UNSW Faculties of Law.

Improvements in the Qld Mental Health Act?

The new Queensland Mental Health Act came into force on the 5th March 2017 after it had been under review since mid-2013. Due to community input, some significant advances were made in improving hu


Links to Pro Bono (Free) Legal Assistance in Australia

When you can't afford a lawyer these links to legal assistance organisations + their publications can help.