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Eliza Hew

Eliza is a Juris Doctor and Master of Social Work graduate from RMIT University. Eliza provides project support across multiple projects, including across the CIJ’s family violence research agenda.

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Megan Hughes

Megan Hughes is a lawyer, writer and policy adviser with experience working in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

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Verena Tan

Verena is an experienced lawyer who is responsible for the CIJ’s disability justice work including the Supporting Justice Project.

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Renee Handsaker

Renee is a highly skilled facilitator specialising in restorative conferencing, conflict transformation and debriefing following traumatic incidents.

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Catherine Caruana

Catherine’s work at the CIJ supports the centre's priority research stream into women in the justice system and the need to develop alternatives to imprisoning women.

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Dorothy Armstrong

Dorothy Armstrong is working on the CIJ’s Supporting Justice Project as an adviser and peer support worker.

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Riley Ellard

Riley has worked in social policy across a range of sectors including disability, child protection, mental health and family violence.

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Bernice Beaucaine

Bernice is a social worker who works across the Centre for Innovative Justice and partner agency the Law and Advocacy Centre for Women.

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Heidi Philips

Heidi is currently studying the Juris Doctor at RMIT after finishing a Bachelor of Legal and Dispute Studies in 2017.

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Katherine Ogilvie

Katherine (Kat) Ogilvie is a social worker who works across the Centre for Innovative Justice and partner agency the Law and Advocacy Centre for Women.

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Nareeda Lewers

Nareeda is an experienced lawyer who has represented highly vulnerable and marginalised people.

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Mina Hilson

Mina is an accomplished administrator and coordinator with experience in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

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Stan Winford

Stan is a legal and justice system expert with experience in innovation and reform, including user centred design and applications for restorative and therapeutic justice in criminal and civil law.

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Elena Campbell

Elena is a lawyer, speechwriter and former political staffer who has worked in legal and social policy for over 20 years. Elena’s expertise includes therapeutic justice, women’s decarceration, equal opportunity and human rights, as well as the prevention and elimination of violence against women and children.

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Rob Hulls

Rob first attended RMIT as a law student, where he graduated in 1982. 30 years later, in October 2012, Rob returned to the University to set up the Centre for Innovative Justice as a place to develop, drive, and expand the capacity of the justice system to meet and adapt to the needs of its diverse users.

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