Successful Models of Innovative Justice Webinar- Part 3
This will be a live webinar, you will have the ability to talk to the presenter during.
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Registrations Open: 10th Mar 21 1:00 PM
Registrations Close: 19th Apr 21 3:45 PM
Places Available: 230
The ALA has partnered with the Centre for Innovative Justice and the Justice Reform Initiative to host a free, three-part webinar series exploring innovative ways of responding to criminal offending. The series is designed to critically examine the criminal justice system, and stimulate conversation about smarter justice options and alternative approaches.
Registration is open for the third and final webinar, which will focus on successful models of innovative justice.
Rob Hulls, Director of the Centre for Innovative Justice and former Victorian Attorney-General, will begin the webinar with a focus on Victoria, speaking on the Neighbourhood Justice Centre and problem-solving courts.
Following this Jill Prior, Principal Legal Officer at the Law and Advocacy Centre for Women, will discuss alternatives for the incarceration of women before Laura Chipp, Winston Churchill Fellow, awarded for enhancing early intervention pre Court diversion programs for children, will end the webinar speaking on diversionary programs for young people.
Up to 1 CPD point can be claimed and there will be time for questions from the audience.
Monday 19 April 2021
Time is displayed in AEST (Sydney, Melbourne Canberra time)
Victoria- Neighbourhood Justice Centre and problem solving courts
Rob Hulls, Centre for Innovative Justice
Alternatives for incarceration of women
Diversionary programs for young people
Claim up to 1 cpd point.
Including GST (1.5% surcharge applies for credit card payments)
FREE for ALA Members and Non-Members