Griffith University Law School has been very supportive of introducing future practitioners to the real world experience at Robina Community Legal Centre.  Our president recently had a productive meeting with dean and head of school Professor Penelope Mathew, together with other senior GU staff.

Following our meeting two senior GU representatives were able to visit last evening and see RCLC in operation: deputy head of school Dr Theresa Wilson and senior lecturer Ms Lynne Weathered.

Thanks to recent graduate Ian Martin for facilitating discussions.  We are confident a mutually suitable partnership arrangement will be put in place shortly.

 

About Griffith University Law School values:

Respect for the law

Respecting the law as an instrument of social justice and positive change.

Community building

Respecting and advancing difference, multiculturalism and our First Peoples.

Scholarly values

Fostering robust academic values and legal knowledge for knowledge’s sake. 

Professional legal education

Encouraging independent thought and critical capacity to the highest, academic, ethical and professional standards.

Open governance

Governing the Law school in an open, transparent and consensus-driven manner.

Commitment to diversity

Encouraging merit-based legal education, allowing for a diversity of staff and students.

Sustainable partnerships

Creating and sustaining close connections with local, national and international academic and professional communities that empower others through law.