Helping Victorians understand the law

The Law and You Forum presents a topic of broad public interest, and this year, we explore the state of play in sport: where does it differ from community standards? Where is it off the pace? And where is it more progressive?
Interested in a unique opportunity to make a valuable contribution to Victoria's justice system? We are recruiting for a new role to lead the research function here at the Foundation. The Research Director will be a key member of the Foundation’s leadership team.
Missed this year's Oration? You can now watch the video online.
Order or download your free copy of the newly updated Victoria's legal system. This guide covers the role of courts and tribunals, government organisations, the legal profession, independent legal services and law reform, and explains how they deliver Victoria's justice system.
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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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

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RT @Kate_Seear: I am delighted to be a panellist at this upcoming @VicLawFoundn panel on sport, with @Bridie_OD @robbulldog and @RussHoye.…