Registering your event means you will:
The information you provide in the registration form will help us create your event program listing and promotional collateral.
To complete the registration form you’ll need to have a pretty good idea of who your event is for and what your event is going to provide.
Below is a checklist of everything you’ll need to complete our registration form.
To be accepted into the Victorian Law Week program, your event must:
The full event criteria can be found on the get ready page.
We take your privacy seriously. When collecting and storing information as part of Victorian Law Week, we will follow the principals set out in our privacy statement.
This information will be displayed on your event listing in the program and in promotional material. The blurb contains your event name, description and the learning outcomes of your event.
When writing, consider your target audience, including appropriate language and what will make them want to attend your event.
It’s easy to assume that the language you use every day is generally understood, but that’s not always the case. For example, ‘family law’ is an industry term, while words such as ‘divorce’ or ‘relationship breakdown’ are much more easily understood by much of the community.
We might edit your blurb for clarity. We’ll let you know if we do this.
Make your event name short, sharp, catchy and easy to understand. Make sure you use terminology that your target audience understands. For example, the term ‘elder abuse’ may be understood by aged care workers, but not necessarily by older people themselves.
Tell us about your event and the people you are running it for. A sentence or two describing the purpose of your event and the value for people in attending.
What will attendees learn about the law or the legal system by attending your event?
Provide three-dot points outlining the learning or educational outcomes for people attending the event. This helps when thinking about the impact of the event in helping people to understand and access the law.
Will your event be in-person, live online or pre-recorded.
Most events run on a specific day during Victorian Law Week. However, if your event runs across multiple days, let us know. If you know the start and end time of your event add it here.
If your event details change after registration, or you have additional details you can update your listing by contacting us.
If running an in-person event, let us know where.
We’ll use this image to promote your event. Choose an image that illustrates your event subject matter, or perhaps reflects your target audience.
We are committed to access and inclusion for all people. We strongly encourage Victorian Law Week Event Organisers to consider what they can do to enable full participation by all people in their event.
Each Event Organiser is responsible for the ticketing and booking of their event. We ask you to provide the best way people will reserve their place or book tickets to the event.
We ask for ways to get in touch with your primary contact in case we have questions about your event registration.
These contact details will be displayed in your event listing on our online program. It’s there so that people can contact you if they have questions about your event.
We’ll ask about each organisation involved in your event. That means, if you’re jointly running an event, we’d like you to list all the organisations, and their social media details.
We ask for your website and social media URLs so we can tag you in our Victorian Law Week campaign. Using links to your website and social media, people will be able to find you more easily.
The public contact may be the Event Organiser or an alternative contact person. You can add them here. These contact details will be displayed in your event listing on our online program. It’s there so that people can contact you if they have questions about your event.
Let us know how you would like to get involved, and we can help you bring your idea to life.