Melbourne knowledge week
Melbourne Knowledge Week

Rob Hulls

Social innovation panel

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Director, Centre for Innovative Justice at RMIT University

In October 2012 Rob was appointed Adjunct Professor at RMIT and was invited to establish the new Centre for Innovative Justice as its inaugural Director. The Centre has facilitated the establishment of a multi-disciplinary practice on site with lawyers and social workers together with students providing holistic, wrap-around services to female prisoners in Victoria.

As Attorney-General, Rob instigated significant changes to Victoria’s legal system which saw the establishment of the state’s first Charter of Human Rights. He established specialist courts in Victoria including for Victoria’s indigenous community, for people with mental health issues, for people with drug addiction and for victims of family violence. He also opened up the process for the appointment of people to Victoria’s judiciary to ensure that more women and people from diverse backgrounds were appointed.

Rob Hulls is speaking at

Social innovation panel

Social innovation panel

What drives social innovation? What does social innovation mean, and what does it mean for Melbourne?

Tuesday 21 May, 11.30am - 12.30pm

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