'Jess explains with clarity the oppressive cycle of coercive control often at the core of many family violence matters that come before the courts. I would highly recommend her work to all judicial officers.' - Chief Magistrate Peter Lauritsen
What do we know about perpetrators of domestic abuse?
What does family violence look like in the courtroom?
Walkley award winning investigative journalist Jess Hill returns to the Judicial College to answer these questions and launch her most recent work: See What You Made Me Do – Power, Control and Domestic Abuse.
Jess will share the stories behind her confronting and deeply researched account which documents the ways in which abusers exert control in the darkest – and most intimate – ways imaginable.
You are invited to hear from Jess in this special session chaired by Justice Chris Maxwell, President of the Court of Appeal.