Helping Victorians understand the law

Are you an experienced and talented leader looking to bring your skills to a community-focused organisation in the legal sector? This rare leadership opportunity may be the one for you.
Hear from the foundation’s Executive Director, Joh Kirby, about clear writing and common problems with community legal information.
This year the Law Week Festival Hub is back bigger and better than ever in Fed Square.
Law Week Festival Hub
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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Are you a teacher looking for resources to help you inspire your students? We have collected the best VELS and VCE Legal Studies material in one place, so finding them now is easy.
Teacher resources
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New edition

A guide to help Victorians find the right help for their problem. It covers Ombudsmen, free or low-cost legal services and private lawyers.

Order free copies or download for your clients now. Available in mid-December.

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RT @ProfJoeKimble: Almost 70 yrs ago, legal reporter said how “wonderful” it would be if judges used plain English. Boyd Carrol, ABA J., Vo…

His Honour Judge Ian Gray, State Coroner, Coroners Court of Victoria
Through the hard work of Victoria Law Foundation’s dedicated team, Law Week has grown into a major program in the annual legal calendar.
Former State Coroner, Coroners Court of Victoria
His Honour Judge Ian Gray