Hitting the right note

PIAC CEO Jonathon Hunyor spoke to the Law Society Journal about his career, why working in social justice requires patience, and how the law can support communities to find lasting solutions.

Jonathon Hunyor has spent most of his life working with instruments: be it playing the trumpet in a big band or using the law as one to expose privilege and injustice in society. Being a solicitor comes with a position of power, and this is not something the CEO of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre takes lightly. The Law Society Journal gains insight into a man rarely in the spotlight.

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