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Report

Working in community legal centres in Victoria: results from the Community Legal Centres Workforce Project

The Federation of Community Legal Centres Victoria engaged the Victoria Law Foundation to conduct a survey of the community legal assistance sector workforce with the aim of capturing issues, experiences and views of their workforce across diverse roles, centres and geography. This report explores how...
Report

Smarter data: the use and utility of administrative data in Victorian courts and tribunals

This report on the use and utility of data in Victorian courts and tribunals adds a critical dimension to the understanding of the data environment, and through it, the opportunities and challenges in its effective application.
Report

Apples, oranges and lemons

This research report examines how administrative data is collected and used in the Victorian civil justice system.
Briefing paper

Uptake of legal self-help resources: what works, for whom and for what?

While technology and the way information is available to people have changed markedly since the Legal Australia-Wide (LAW) Survey was conducted in 2008, this paper reports important evidence concerning Australians’ use of self-help resources (SHRs) for legal problems at that time based on new analysis...
Discussion paper

Developing a triage framework: linking clients with services at Legal Aid NSW

This paper was developed to support Legal Aid NSW undertake a review of their client intake and triage services. It provides a conceptual basis for further investigating and developing a systematic triage service model.