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Suzie Forell

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...
Report

Joining the dots: 2018 census of the Australian health justice landscape

Health justice partnerships are collaborations that embed legal help into healthcare settings, joining the dots between the legal and social problems that make or keep people unwell. Findings from a 2018 survey on the health justice landscape are outlined in this report.
Discussion paper

Service models on the health justice landscape: a closer look at partnership

This paper explores what takes a health justice partnership beyond ‘status quo’ services in terms of purpose, structure, activity and resourcing, and notes points of difference with other service models on the health justice landscape.
Report

Data insights in civil justice: NSW Supreme Court

The foundation was engaged by the Department of Justice NSW to investigate the quality and utility of each court and tribunal’s data in informing policy and practice. This report focuses on Supreme Court data.
Report

Mapping a new path: the health justice landscape in Australia, 2017

Health justice partnerships are part of a growing movement that is seeing health and legal services working collaboratively to address a previously unmet legal need. Yet, until now, there has been no reliable data about the number, nature and scope of health justice partnerships across...