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.