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The School of Law and Justice brings together the essential law, criminology and justice disciplines, offering a wide range of courses in Law, Criminology and Justice, Criminology and Juvenile Justice and Forensic Investigation.

Our vision is to lead in law, criminology and justice education and research; developing leaders of our communities.

The School has a strong research culture with particular expertise in criminology, policing and judicial administration.

Student testimonials

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"Criminology and Justice at ECU was both challenging and rewarding."

Glenn Stevens

Criminology and Justice graduate

Research activity

The School of Law and Justice is passionate about undertaking research into law and justice related issues within the community. A sample of projects can be seen below:

News & events

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Applications to enrol in LAW4130 Innocence Project is now open

The School of Law and Justice offers the elective LAW4130 Innocence Project for students across a number of disciplines. Applications for enrolment are open to students from any discipline who can demonstrate commitment to social justice.

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Public Lecture - Miscarriages of Justice

Join the Sellenger Centre and Professor Barbara Etter who will present a public lecture on Miscarriages of Justice: What have we learned 30 years on from Chamberlain?

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Are car vs house crashes on the rise?

Hardly a week seems to go by without reports of another car crashing through the living room of a house somewhere in Western Australia. But are these crashes really happening more often?

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