Centre for Innovative Justice
Presented by Rob Hulls, Director, Centre for Innovative Justice and former Attorney-General for the state of Victoria. Rob describes his passion for social justice and law reform.
"It’s a centre of excellence, learning, teaching and research in relation to smart justice. Alternatives to imprisonment. Alternatives to resolving civil matters by way of the court system. We've got to think smarter when it comes to our justice system.”
Bridge of Hope Innocence Initiative
The Bridge of Hope Innocence Initiative at RMIT is a joint venture between RMIT University and The Bridge of Hope Foundation. The Initiative follows the work of others in the innocence movement who aim to both investigate claims of wrongful conviction and campaign for reform of issues that lead to these injustices.
The initiative is open to undergraduate, honours and postgraduate students and runs throughout the year.
The university prepares me for my future career by having real people from the industry come in and talk to us about what actually happens in their field.
– Tia Pynor-Greedy, Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Meet Nicole – Juris Doctor
Nicole Williamson wanted a law degree to improve her knowledge of commercial law and to understand the requirements of company directors. She completed the Juris Doctor with RMIT as the course ticked all the boxes for her. She was admitted to practitice and went on to work for a financial and corporate law firm.