Law student Tom Penglis went to prison at age 22 for drug offences. Now he is determined to reform the WA justice system towards rehabilitation.

From private school to prison: How time in jail pushed Tom Penglis into law school and towards justice reform

Main Image: Law student Tom Penglis went to prison at age 22 for drug offences. Now he is determined to reform the WA justice system towards rehabilitation. Credit: Ross Swanborough/The West Australian

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