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What will the proposed changes on voluntary assisted dying laws mean for Victorians? Find out at this community forum that will explore the recommendations on voluntary assisted dying law changes through a discussion with a panel of four experts.
Victoria Law Foundation wants legal information to be easy to find, understand and use. This toolkit draws together resources to help you improve communication and make your community legal information effective.
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Need an easy-to-understand guide on Wills? Your Will is a guide that covers everything you need to know if you are thinking of making or changing your Will in Victoria.
The foundation was established in 1967, and since 1969 has been working to improve Victorians' understanding of the law and their legal system.
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Through the hard work of Victoria Law Foundation’s dedicated team, Law Week has grown into a major program in the annual legal calendar.
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