Route from 66: a call to action

Are you looking to build legal capability in your community? Prompted by findings from the Public Understanding of Law Survey, this event is a space to discuss how we can better meet legal need and build legal capability.
In person
In person
In person
In person
Melbourne
Melbourne
On-demand
On-demand
People, places and change
People, places and change
Highlights
Highlights
Top picks - Fitzroy Legal Service
Top picks - Fitzroy Legal Service
Top picks - Justice Connect
Top picks - Justice Connect
Legal help
Legal help

Event information

Did you know our recent research found 66% of problems with a legal aspect weren’t recognised as such by respondents? That 78% of legal need goes unmet? And only 8% of Victorians qualify for free legal services?

Prompted by findings from the VLF's Public Understanding of Law Survey, this event is an invitation and opportunity for justice professionals to reconsider the needs and capabilities of the people we serve. 

The PULS research gives us the evidence to push for change and take a systemic approach to improving access to justice for Victorians.  

This session aims to provide stimulus, inspiration and validation, and offers a space to discuss how we can make change to better meet legal need and build legal capability in the community. 

Presented by

Victoria Law Foundation
Deakin Law School

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