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Bianca DiSilvio

Bianca DiSilvio

Bianca DiSilvio

"Criminology and Justice is giving me a chance to make a difference."

"I chose to study Criminology and Justice because I wanted to make a difference in the field. The course has provided me with a chance to challenge my own opinions, meet influential people in the criminal justice system, as well as the opportunity to talk and listen to people like John Button and Andrew Mallard. There’s always a strong emphasis on professional involvement.

The lecturers always relate academic subject topics to every day justice situations, making learning easy and pertinent to our potential careers. They also encourage you to engage in the industry. I was lucky enough to be invited to participate in a conference at the Institute of Criminology in Canberra this year."

Criminology and Justice student

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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:

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.

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