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About the LIV

At its core the LIV’s purpose is to foster the rule of law and to promote improvements and developments in the law as it affects the public of Victoria.  The LIV has a long history of promoting justice, contributing to, shaping and developing effective state and federal legislation, and undertaking extensive advocacy for education of the community and of lawyers. It also assures the standards and professionalism of lawyers, including accreditation and specialisation in contemporary legal disciplines.

The LIV represents more than 19,000 lawyers and people working in the law in Victoria, interstate and overseas. Our members offer their commitment, diversity and expertise to help shape the laws of Victoria and to ensure justice for all. 

The LIV promotes justice for all by advancing social and public welfare in the operation of the courts and legal system, as well as advancing education and public confidence both in the legal profession and in the processes by which the law is made and administered.  

As the peak body for the Victorian legal profession, the LIV initiates programs to support the needs of a changing profession, promotes an active law reform advocacy agenda, responds publicly to issues affecting the community, delivers continuing legal education programs, and continues to provide expert services and resources.

The LIV is a non-profit organisation dedicated to its members and the development, maintenance and the sustenance of the law for the benefit of the community.  

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I access the member facilities

    Located at 140 William street, enter through the lifts on the south side of the building and go up to level 13. Upon arrival, speak to the receptionist and they will guide you to the services you require.

  • What date will the new building be open from?

    A final open date has not yet been announced. Mid December 2018 is the tentative timeline however we will keep members well informed of progress and when an official date is announced we will let all members know we are open for business in a brand new location.

  • What is happening to the bookshop?

    Law Books, the legal bookshop that was inside the building at 470 Bourke Street will still be providing the same greatservice it always has at 140 William Street. Located on the members floor on level 13, enter through the lefts on the south side of the building and turn right when you exit the lift. Of course we will continue to provide the convenience of shopping online, just visit Law Books

  • Will there be rooms we can book for meetings?

    Yes, there are plenty of meeting rooms suitable for things like mediation and general meetings that can be booked through the reception. There is also plenty of other room for members to sit quietly and do work, access the WiFi and make productive use of meeting time. Catering can also be arranged when needed along with printing needs.