Rob Hulls AM is the former Deputy Premier and attorney-general of Victorian, and current director of the Centre for Innovative Justice at RMIT.
During his tenure as Attorney-General of Victoria, Rob was credited for revolutionising Victoria's justice system with his reform agenda reshaping the state's criminal justice system into one widely recognised as the nation's most progressive. Rob introduced many significant changes, including the introduction of the Koori Court, Drug Court and Australia’s first Neighbourhood Justice Centre.
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