Helping Victorians understand the law

Victoria Law Foundation has awarded $108,295 to four diverse legal projects that will help Victorians better understand the law.
Our Executive Director, Joh Kirby, shares her highlights from the ICClear|Clarity2014 conference held in Belgium.
Joh Kirby, Executive Director
If you are a current law student at a Victorian university, kick-start your career in the legal sector and join the foundation's team. Applications close Monday 16 February 2015.
Entries are now open for the Legal Reporting Awards 2015. Journalists and their editors and employers are called on to nominate work covering issues of law relating to Victoria.
Legal Reporting Awards 2015
Celebrate the beginning of the legal year with our relaxed breakfast in Hardware Lane on Wednesday 4 February 2015. Catch up with colleagues and meet new faces before the busy legal year begins.
People enjoying the annual Legal Laneway Breakfast
Funded by a grant from the foundation, the Castan Centre has launched two videos that answer important human rights questions. And the best thing about them? They won't put you to sleep.
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With the launch of our new website, we have developed a new section called 'Better information'. Here you will find the best plain language resources, as well as information on current guidelines and our workshops.
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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.
Crime and Law Editor, The Age
John Silvester

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Want funding to support research of an innovative project? Applications for the Churchill Fellowship are now open. http://t.co/B4ctvl1j2v