The Centre for Law and Justice comprises a team of highly qualified and experienced legal practitioners, researchers, and criminal justice professionals. We offer internationally unique and innovative undergraduate and postgraduate courses in law, criminal justice and legal ethics. These courses are delivered by an interdisciplinary group of dynamic academics comprising criminologists, lawyers, sociologists, philosophers and policing scholars.
Our Bachelor of Laws is unique across the world for its incorporation of compulsory Indigenous Australian content, resources law and community law in addition to the traditional law curriculum.
Our Bachelor of Criminal Justice prepares students for careers in the criminal justice professions, including: policing, corrections, restorative justice, mediation, court administration, policy and law reform, probation, parole, and juvenile justice.
Our Bachelor of Public Safety and Security is your opportunity to become involved in one of today’s fastest growing industries. There has been exponential growth in the number and diversity of agencies and practitioners providing public safety and security services.”
Our research projects reflect critical examination of law, migration, crime, policing, professional practice, social justice, crime control and criminal justice.
Through our teaching, research and community service, the Centre for Law and Justice demonstrates our commitment to the rule of law, the promotion of the highest standards of ethical conduct, the importance of reflexivity, professional responsibility, social justice and community service.
Acknowledgement of Country
We would like to acknowledge the Wiradyuri (or Wiradjuri), Ngunawal, Gundungurra and Biripai (or Biripi) peoples of Australia who are the traditional owners and custodians of the lands on which CSU campuses are located, and pay respect to their Elders both past, present and emerging.
Acknowledgment of country
We would like to acknowledge the Wiradjuri, Ngunawal, Gundungurra and Biripai (or Biripi) peoples of Australia who are the traditional owners and custodians of the lands on which CSU campuses are located, and pay respect to their Elders both past and present.
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