ITC#4: Tamar Hopkins on Haile-Michael v Konstantinidis

When Tamar Hopkins started at the Flemington Kensington Community Legal Centre in 2005, she was immediately struck by the persistent complaints, from young people of African ethnicity, about their treatment at the hands of local police. Eventually, those complaints led to a claim of unlawful discrimination, and the creative settlement of the ensuing case continues to have an impact on Victorian policing.

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