"Criminology and Justice at ECU was both challenging and rewarding."
"At ECU, I was taught by people who had worked, or were currently working in the industry. The contacts that I made and the opportunities that arose from them were very valuable. These contacts made it possible to take part in extracurricular activities like the Innocence Project. I also participated in the Health of Prisoners Examination, which was both challenging and rewarding."
Criminology and Justice graduate
The School of Law and Justice is a diverse and dedicated School, offering a creative and energetic learning environment.
Intrigued by law, justice and criminological issues and want to make a difference?
A career in law, legal research and policy, law enforcement, corrections as well as the growing area of juvenile justice will interest you.
An ECU Law and Justice education will prepare you for success, plus you’ll gain invaluable practical experience with opportunities to participate in:
- Legal research;
- Work experience at community legal clinics; and
- The Sellenger Centre's Volunteer Program.
The Law and Justice community has a strong research culture, with particular expertise in criminology, policing and judicial administration.
With a focus on challenging and innovative research, the School is rapidly establishing themselves as an industry leader in issues of law and justice.