USQ‘s School of Law and Justice celebrated its 10th year on Thursday, 11 May. Guests who joined the celebration included the Governor of Queensland, Paul de Jersey AC, USQ Chancellor John Dornbusch, Vice-Chancellor Professor Janet Verbyla, Head of School of Law and Justice Professor Reid Mortensen, and USQ Law Society President Mr Ryan McCullogh. Mr Dornbusch said in the last decade, the School of Law and Justice had developed an enviable reputation as a leading educator whose graduates have the expertise, knowledge and understandings to shape and influence those around them.
See socials from the launch of University of Southern Queensland: 50 Years 50 Stories, here.
Professor Janet Verbyla, John Dornbusch, Paul de Jersey AC, Dr Bobbie Brazil AO, Mark Tranter, Professor Allan Layton, Kerry Shine, Professor Reid Mortensen
Professor Janet Verybla, John Dornbusch and Professor Allan Layton
Lindy-Anne Abawi, Professor Peter Murray, Professor Barbara de la Harpe and Professor Geoff Slaughter.
Professor Rhod McNeill with Amanda Lewis and Darren Lewis
Mark Tranter andKerry Shine
Dr Toni Chardon, Keith Mackenzie and Professor Geraldine Mackenzie
Deborah and Mark Tranter
Dr Bobbie Brazil AO, Professor Reid Mortensen and Mary-Anne Ole
Banner image: Jasmine Thomas, Alex Rosenrauch, Ryan McCullough, Isabelle Chassain and Sarah McKibbin