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Our annual report was tabled in Parliament on 8 October 2015. Read about the foundation's achievements in 2014/2015.
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John Silvester, Crime and Law Editor, The Age
By providing valuable educational resources, Victoria Law Foundation continues to play an important role in breaking down the barriers between the media and legal sector.
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John Silvester

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