We sat down with Chair, Professor Arie Freiberg, to hear about the work of the Sentencing Advisory Council and the factors that go into sentencing.
This funding will support community legal organisations to better understand their communities through improved data and information.
We’re mapping the administrative data collected and used by Victoria’s civil justice sector. What data is being collected and does it capture or undersell their complex contribution?
Reinforce and OPA produced two new brochures to highlight the importance of clear and respectful communication in medical situations.
A highly distinguished panel of experts explored whether suppression orders are supporting or distorting justice for our 2019 Law and You Forum.
We sat down with Chair of the Adult Parole Board, His Honour Peter Couzens, to hear first-hand what they do and the challenges involved.
Most Australians think courts are inaccessible and lawyers are costly, complex and slow to resolve problems. These are the key findings of ‘Law…What is it good for? How people see the law, lawyers and courts in Australia’, the first research report from the Victoria Law Foundation.
Connecting magistrates and lawyers with members of the African community to address their concerns about the high incarceration rates of African young people in our legal system.
Gateway LLEN has launched new resources in partnership with Victoria Police to tackle the issue of car theft and culpable driving by young people.
We sat down with former County Court judge Ms Jane Patrick to hear her insights and reflections on the role.