Many Victorian Law Week events take place in accessible community settings. Be sure to check in with your nearest Neighbourhood House, local library or community centre to see if there is an event running in your area.
Whether it’s a discussion with peers, a tour of a local court or a session with a legal professional, there’s bound to be an event that could help you.
If you identify a problem with a product you bought or service you paid for, there are a number of resources available.
Victorian Law Week is an opportunity to identify where the law can help understand consumer rights or manage issues around goods and services.
There’s bound to be an event that could help you with many common problems, whether it’s:
The Victorian Legal Service Board + Commissioner (VLSB+C) is responsible for regulating lawyers in Victoria. They grant licences to lawyers and investigate and act on enquiries and complaints from the public.
The VLSB+C educate lawyers about current and emerging issues to drive innovation, compliance and harm reduction, and improve the public’s understanding of the legal sector to ensure all Victorians have access to effective and high-quality justice.
Join a free legal webinar to learn about the pitfalls of 'no win - no fee' agreements and how to make informed choices. Featuring experts from Victorian Legal Services Board and Commissioner.
Victorian Law Week is supported by the Victorian Legal Service Board + Commissioner.
Victorian Law Week helps to identify problems in our lives that have a legal aspect. However, finding the right legal help can be complicated.
We have some basic steps to find the right help and learn how to resolve your problem.
Join our workshop to learn about your consumer rights, how to avoid scams, and get a free legal health check. Enjoy a light lunch while gaining essential knowledge to protect yourself and others.
Join our virtual law week event to learn how to spot scammers and where to go for help if you've been scammed.
Join Energy and Water Ombudsman (Victoria), Catherine Wolthuizen, for an informative webinar on energy bill payment issues, disconnection rules, complaints, and consumer rights and responsibilities.
If you identify a problem with a product you bought or service you paid for, there are a number of resources available. Understanding whether your problem has a legal aspect could help you resolve it.
Join us between 15 – 21 May 2023 to find legal answers to everyday problems, get legal help and learn more about the law.
Join us for events held online and in-person, across Victoria.