InspireU Law

Law affects everything in our society and studying law can send you down a huge number of professional paths.

The InspireU Law camp provides an opportunity for up to 20 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from schools across Queensland to participate in a number of activities designed to provide an insight into studying law at UQ. It also helps to shine a light on the wide range of career and study opportunities available to law students and graduates.

Students take part in a number of activities during the week that are both informative and interactive, including a mock trial in the University’s moot court, field trips to the Supreme Court Library, a visit to the law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth, as well as observing court proceedings at the law courts. Students’ understanding of law is supported, encouraged and nurtured through opportunities to engage with current students, lecturers and legal experts.

Cost and travel

The reasonable cost associated with attendance at the camp, including board, meals and program activities plus transportation to and from UQ St Lucia campus where required, will be met by UQ. Participants may wish to bring a small amount of spending money.

Who is eligible?

To be eligible to participate in InspireU Law, students must:

  1. Be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent;
  2. Be enrolled in schooling in Year 11 or Year 12 in 2018;
  3. Be enrolled in Overall Position (OP) subjects and eligible for an OP score; and
  4. Have school attendance rate of 90% or greater.

Preference will be given to students currently studying Mathematics B or C. Students will be selected from a competitive process and will be assessed on their academic standing in addition to their attendance and behaviour.

How do I apply?

To apply for the InspireU Law residential camp (“the program”), you need to submit a completed Application Form and provide some additional information that will support your application. This includes:

  • A completed Application Form including:
    • the signed consent of one of your parents or guardians; and
    • the signed consent of your school principal and/or senior school representative; and
  • A copy of your FULL school report from 2016; and
  • A written reference from your referee supporting your application (i.e. referee letter).

Please ensure that your responses to the identified criteria questions remain within the word limit.

For more information

Contact the ATSIS Unit on (07) 3365 6665 or send an email to with the subject title being InspireU Law Program

InspireU Law dates

Program dates
Sunday, 29 September to Friday, 4 October 2019

Applications open
Tuesday, 9 July 2019

Applications close
Monday, 2 September 2019


Application form coming soon