Young people’s experience of legal problems

Targeted and tailored engagement is necessary to increase awareness of young people's everyday justiciable problems and available legal help.

This briefing paper presents data about the prevalence of justiciable problems among young people (aged 18–24) in Victoria, drawn from the Victoria Law Foundation’s Public Understanding of Law Survey (PULS).

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Implications and way forward

Young people’s experience of legal problems

Targeted and tailored engagement is necessary to increase awareness of young people's everyday justiciable problems and available legal help.

Young people’s experience of legal problems

Targeted and tailored engagement is necessary to increase awareness of young people's everyday justiciable problems and available legal help.

Discover how people understand and engage with the law

The Public Understanding of Law Survey (PULS) is ground-breaking research to understand legal capability, attitudes, and experience of the law in Victoria.

Understand better justice

Data and empirical evidence to help understand access to justice and build a better justice system.