Centre for Innovative Justice
Passion to make a positive difference
The Centre for Innovative Justice researches, translates, advocates and applies innovative/alternative ways to improve the justice system, locally, nationally and internationally, with a particular focus on appropriate/non-adversarial dispute resolution, therapeutic jurisprudence and restorative justice.
About the Centre
The Centre for Innovative Justice was established at RMIT University in October 2012 with former Victorian Attorney-General and Deputy Premier Rob Hulls as its inaugural Director.About the Centre
What we do
The Centre undertakes research to identify effective alternative approaches to improve criminal justice, civil dispute resolution and legal service provision.What we do
How to get involved
The Centre for Innovative Justice welcomes community involvement in our activities.
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People and Contacts
The Centre for Innovative Justice aims to research, develop, teach and promote modern and innovative ways of delivering justice.
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Are more prisons making us safer?
RMIT's Centre for Innovative Justice has hosted Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass for a discussion on her latest investigation into Victoria's justice system.
Student experience breathes life into the law
In what proved an eye-opening experience, RMIT Juris Doctor students recently spent a week in the confronting confines of Melbourne’s Drug Court.
RMIT students apply tech solutions to social justice challenges
An RMIT student team has been recognised for developing a technology-based solution to help people who receive fines but struggle to pay due to disadvantage and hardship.
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