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Talking Innovative Justice

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Created as a resource for law students, the Centre for Innovative Justice podcast series features Rob Hulls speaking to a range of people from across the legal landscape as well as lectures from leading industry figures.

Latest Episodes

Judge Lisa Tremewan - Talking Innovative Justice

Rob Hulls speaks to Judge Lisa Tremewan, one of the founders of New Zealand's Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Court about her career and how she came to be a strong advocate of therapeutic justice. VIDEO there is a video included in this podcast which listeners can access using this link and password: https://vimeo.com/245280353 PASSWORD: AODTC

66 min2018 AUG 2
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Judge Lisa Tremewan - Talking Innovative Justice

Family Violence: Responding to the next generation - Hobart Forum

An important panel discussion to explore the challenges of responding to the use of family violence by adolescents, opened and moderated by Heather Nancarrow, CEO of ANROWS and Rob Hulls, former Victorian Attorney General and Director of the Centre for Innovative Justice, RMIT University. Panel members: Michael Hill, former Chief Magistrate of Tasmania, Selina Spowart, disability advocate with lived experience of child to parent violence Kiki Mussared, Family Advocacy and Support Service, Legal Aid Commission Craig Mackie, legal practitioner and child advocate, Dobson Mitchell & Allport Leah Adams, Tasmania Police

80 min2018 MAY 15
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Family Violence: Responding to the next generation - Hobart Forum

Center for Court Innovation - An Interview with Annie Schachar and Brett Taylor - Talking Innovative Justice 2018 Ep 34

For more than two decades, New York’s Center for Court Innovation has been a world leader in innovative justice solutions, providing a road map for a more humane and effective justice system. Here, the CIJ’s Director Rob Hulls speaks to the CCI’s deputy director of Treatment Court Program Annie Schachar, and the senior advisor for problem-solving justice Brett Taylor, about their work and the center’s approach to changing the justice system for the better. You might also hear some interesting parallels with the work of the CIJ!

11 min2018 MAY 8
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Center for Court Innovation - An Interview with Annie Schachar and Brett Taylor - Talking Innovative Justice 2018 Ep 34

Gender responsive justice and solutions - International Womne's Day Panel

The relationship between gendered violence and women’s criminalisation is well recognised, with male violence not only a direct funnel into Victoria’s male prisons, but its female prisons as well. In a criminal justice system designed to react to the extremities of this violence, however, women experience gendered justice as well. With diminishing sentencing options and a blunter justice response putting more women behind bars, the question then becomes would we need a women’s prison at all if we responded more appropriately to male violence? This podcast is of a panel discussion celebrating International Woman’s Day the CIJ co-hosted with the Law and Advocacy Centre for Women. Panel included: Elena Campbell, Facilitator Ann Collins, Magistrate Jill Prior, Principal Legal Officer, LACW Dorothy, Advocate with lived experience Cheryl, Advocate with lived experience **Please accept our apologies, the audio quality of this recording is distorted in parts, but we felt the content of ...

73 min2018 MAR 15
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Gender responsive justice and solutions - International Womne's Day Panel

Gambling Addiction - Compulsion, convergence or crime?

A copy of the full report can found here: http://ow.ly/UMfx30h2GIe

23 min2017 DEC 6
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Gambling Addiction - Compulsion, convergence or crime?

Family Violence – Responding to the next generation, Perth forum

Speakers from justice agencies; specialist family violence agencies; academia and wider community-based programs share their first hand experiences of working with young people who use violence again family members; the intersection with youth offending; and the need for innovative, holistic and community based responses.

84 min2017 OCT 16
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Family Violence – Responding to the next generation, Perth forum

Sex offending - myths and misconceptions

Speech and official launch of new resource developed by Victoria Police and the Australian Institute for Family Studies - Challenging misconceptions about sexual offending: creating an evidence-based resource for police and legal practitioners, followed by panel discussion. MC: Rob Hulls, Director, Centre for Innovative Justice Keynote: Justice Jennifer Coate, Commissioner, Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Panel members: Dean McWhirter, Assistant Commissioner, Family Violence Command, Victoria Police Louise Serrao, Sexual Offences & Child Abuse Team – was a (SOCIT) Investigator, now works for Taskforce SALUS Di Elderton, a victim of sexual offences John Champion, Director, Office of Public Prosecutions Her Honour Judge Meryl Sexton, County Court Judge in charge of sex offences list

91 min2017 SEP 22
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Sex offending - myths and misconceptions

A Federal Charter of Human Rights - Would it make any difference

Panel discussion following the launch of an RMIT JD student authored report commissioned by the Australian Human Rights Commission. Speakers include Emeritus Professor Gillian Triggs, Rob Hulls, David Mann (Refugee Legal), Hugh de Kretser (Human Rights Law Centre), student authors Frank Aloe, Veronica Snip, Helen Metzger, Luke Fowler and Brigette Rose.

73 min2017 MAY 30
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A Federal Charter of Human Rights - Would it make any difference

Justice - Past, Present, Future

Justice: Past, Present, Future. A panel discussion featuring Barrister Brian Bourke and Magistrate Pauline Spencer who share their first hand experience of the Australian justice system, past and present and their vision for the future. MC'd by Rob Hulls.

62 min2017 MAY 30
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Justice - Past, Present, Future

Family Violence - Responding to the next generation

Panel features - - Special Minister for State the Hon. Gavin Jennings - Judge Amanda Chambers - Lily Anderson (USA Step Program) - Jo Howard (Kildonan UnitingCare) - Elizabeth Grawe (parent victim) - Jamie Marloo Thomas (Wayapa Wuurrk Aboriginal Wellness Foundation)

91 min2017 APR 28
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Family Violence - Responding to the next generation

Latest Episodes

Judge Lisa Tremewan - Talking Innovative Justice

Rob Hulls speaks to Judge Lisa Tremewan, one of the founders of New Zealand's Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Court about her career and how she came to be a strong advocate of therapeutic justice. VIDEO there is a video included in this podcast which listeners can access using this link and password: https://vimeo.com/245280353 PASSWORD: AODTC

66 min2018 AUG 2
Comments
Judge Lisa Tremewan - Talking Innovative Justice

Family Violence: Responding to the next generation - Hobart Forum

An important panel discussion to explore the challenges of responding to the use of family violence by adolescents, opened and moderated by Heather Nancarrow, CEO of ANROWS and Rob Hulls, former Victorian Attorney General and Director of the Centre for Innovative Justice, RMIT University. Panel members: Michael Hill, former Chief Magistrate of Tasmania, Selina Spowart, disability advocate with lived experience of child to parent violence Kiki Mussared, Family Advocacy and Support Service, Legal Aid Commission Craig Mackie, legal practitioner and child advocate, Dobson Mitchell & Allport Leah Adams, Tasmania Police

80 min2018 MAY 15
Comments
Family Violence: Responding to the next generation - Hobart Forum

Center for Court Innovation - An Interview with Annie Schachar and Brett Taylor - Talking Innovative Justice 2018 Ep 34

For more than two decades, New York’s Center for Court Innovation has been a world leader in innovative justice solutions, providing a road map for a more humane and effective justice system. Here, the CIJ’s Director Rob Hulls speaks to the CCI’s deputy director of Treatment Court Program Annie Schachar, and the senior advisor for problem-solving justice Brett Taylor, about their work and the center’s approach to changing the justice system for the better. You might also hear some interesting parallels with the work of the CIJ!

11 min2018 MAY 8
Comments
Center for Court Innovation - An Interview with Annie Schachar and Brett Taylor - Talking Innovative Justice 2018 Ep 34

Gender responsive justice and solutions - International Womne's Day Panel

The relationship between gendered violence and women’s criminalisation is well recognised, with male violence not only a direct funnel into Victoria’s male prisons, but its female prisons as well. In a criminal justice system designed to react to the extremities of this violence, however, women experience gendered justice as well. With diminishing sentencing options and a blunter justice response putting more women behind bars, the question then becomes would we need a women’s prison at all if we responded more appropriately to male violence? This podcast is of a panel discussion celebrating International Woman’s Day the CIJ co-hosted with the Law and Advocacy Centre for Women. Panel included: Elena Campbell, Facilitator Ann Collins, Magistrate Jill Prior, Principal Legal Officer, LACW Dorothy, Advocate with lived experience Cheryl, Advocate with lived experience **Please accept our apologies, the audio quality of this recording is distorted in parts, but we felt the content of ...

73 min2018 MAR 15
Comments
Gender responsive justice and solutions - International Womne's Day Panel

Gambling Addiction - Compulsion, convergence or crime?

A copy of the full report can found here: http://ow.ly/UMfx30h2GIe

23 min2017 DEC 6
Comments
Gambling Addiction - Compulsion, convergence or crime?

Family Violence – Responding to the next generation, Perth forum

Speakers from justice agencies; specialist family violence agencies; academia and wider community-based programs share their first hand experiences of working with young people who use violence again family members; the intersection with youth offending; and the need for innovative, holistic and community based responses.

84 min2017 OCT 16
Comments
Family Violence – Responding to the next generation, Perth forum

Sex offending - myths and misconceptions

Speech and official launch of new resource developed by Victoria Police and the Australian Institute for Family Studies - Challenging misconceptions about sexual offending: creating an evidence-based resource for police and legal practitioners, followed by panel discussion. MC: Rob Hulls, Director, Centre for Innovative Justice Keynote: Justice Jennifer Coate, Commissioner, Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Panel members: Dean McWhirter, Assistant Commissioner, Family Violence Command, Victoria Police Louise Serrao, Sexual Offences & Child Abuse Team – was a (SOCIT) Investigator, now works for Taskforce SALUS Di Elderton, a victim of sexual offences John Champion, Director, Office of Public Prosecutions Her Honour Judge Meryl Sexton, County Court Judge in charge of sex offences list

91 min2017 SEP 22
Comments
Sex offending - myths and misconceptions

A Federal Charter of Human Rights - Would it make any difference

Panel discussion following the launch of an RMIT JD student authored report commissioned by the Australian Human Rights Commission. Speakers include Emeritus Professor Gillian Triggs, Rob Hulls, David Mann (Refugee Legal), Hugh de Kretser (Human Rights Law Centre), student authors Frank Aloe, Veronica Snip, Helen Metzger, Luke Fowler and Brigette Rose.

73 min2017 MAY 30
Comments
A Federal Charter of Human Rights - Would it make any difference

Justice - Past, Present, Future

Justice: Past, Present, Future. A panel discussion featuring Barrister Brian Bourke and Magistrate Pauline Spencer who share their first hand experience of the Australian justice system, past and present and their vision for the future. MC'd by Rob Hulls.

62 min2017 MAY 30
Comments
Justice - Past, Present, Future

Family Violence - Responding to the next generation

Panel features - - Special Minister for State the Hon. Gavin Jennings - Judge Amanda Chambers - Lily Anderson (USA Step Program) - Jo Howard (Kildonan UnitingCare) - Elizabeth Grawe (parent victim) - Jamie Marloo Thomas (Wayapa Wuurrk Aboriginal Wellness Foundation)

91 min2017 APR 28
Comments
Family Violence - Responding to the next generation
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