The University of Queensland's Law School will build on its research strengths as well as enhance its student experience, says UQ's new Dean of Law, Professor Gerard Carney.
Professor Carney is one of Australia's leading constitutional experts, particularly in the areas of State and Territory constitutional law, parliamentary privilege, the role of parliament, and public sector ethics.
“UQ Law attracts the brightest students so I want to nurture the Law School's close links with the legal profession, commerce and government, both nationally and internationally, to provide the best graduate outcomes, as well as equip our students with the necessary legal and personal skills to pursue successful and satisfying professional careers,” Professor Carney said.