Law Week 2018 Justice Journeys

Justice Journeys

2018 saw many students across Queensland apply for the Justice Journeys program. A number of students were placed in a variety of roles across the justice sector. They share their Justice Journeys with us in a range of creative formats including images, video and written content.

Check out the Previous Justice Journeys.

Student experiences

Meem

Got the unique opportunity to spend time with those who lead Queensland justice.

Sam

Sam had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel between Townsville and Palm Island and job shadow a Specialist Domestic Violence Magistrate.

Binuri

Binuri’s placement, ‘Protecting Vulnerable Queenslanders’ took her to Legal Aid, the Office of the Public Guardian, the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal and the Public Trustee.

Ryetta

Going behind the wire with Queensland Corrective Services.

William

William saw ‘two worlds’ of the youth justice system.

Mark and Michael

A fascinating Justice Journey learning about diversionary courts and therapeutic justice.

Staff profiles

Fiona Fraser

Having worked in numerous positions at Blue Card Services for 10 years, A/Director of the Blue Card Projects Team, Fiona Fraser, shares her experience and what you may be surprised to learn about Blue Card.

Magistrate Stephen Courtney

A former police officer, barrister and Crown Prosecutor.

Peter Shields

Parole Board Queensland’s Deputy President Peter Shields outlines the changes being made to Queensland’s parole system and shares his own justice journey.

Lynne McNairn

Lynne shares her Justice Journey spanning 25 years, across two continents.

Justice Colin Forrest

What makes a Justice tick?

Detective Senior Constable Deborah Wilson

Looking at crime in the cold light of yesterday.

Terence Stedman

An interesting Journey to say the least….plumber, correctional officer solicitor and guardian of the less fortunate.

Leigh Krenske

A statewide view of the criminal justice system.

Ken Taylor

Ken’s Justice Journey has brought him to the Presidency of the Queensland Law Society.