The VLF is changing its role and we thought it would be useful to summarise the developments which could affect you:
All but one of our hard copy publications have been transferred to Victoria Legal Aid. These are:
- Law help guide
- Parking, the law and you
- Neighbours, the law and you
- Bike Law
- Dogs, cats, neighbours and you
- Your Will.
For copies or information, visit the Victoria Legal Aid website.
All the content on the Everyday-Law site will also transfer to Victoria Legal Aid in the very near future.
Our last General grants were recently awarded and we look forward very much to seeing the projects come to fruition.
A new grants structure rolls out in 2019, designed to support the collection and analysis of data in the interests of reducing barriers to justice services.
It’s been an outstanding year for our community and schools events and these programs will continue in 2019, including Law Talks, the Education Forum, the Oration and the Law and You forum.
Law Week is 13-19 May 2019 and is already promising to be better than ever!
You can find out more and register an event on our Law Week website.
Dr Nigel Balmer has just started as our inaugural Research Director, and our research agenda will take shape over the next few months. We’ll keep you posted through our Latest News.
2017/18 Annual Report
Our 2017/18 Annual Report has now been tabled. The report showcases our work supporting the community and the legal sector.
Follow Lynne on Twitter
The official VLF Executive Director account is up and running. Our Executive Director Lynne Haultain will be talking about developments and activities in the justice sector as well as showcasing the great work of the Foundation.
Follow Lynne on Twitter and say hello!
Victoria Law Foundation is committed to making a significant contribution to raising awareness of our law, and to provide evidence and insight to improve justice for all Victorians.