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What tech tools can offer you
What tech tools can offer you

 Karin Derkley 03 Sep 2018

Today's legal tech tools are providing lawyers with ways to scale up their offerings, solve problems and streamline processes...

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If Texas can why can’t we?
If Texas can why can’t we?

 Deborah Glass 03 Sep 2018

Justice reinvestment cut crime and spending on prisons in Texas. In Victoria, prison numbers continue to grow...

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Vulnerable children need advocates
Vulnerable children need advocates

 Leah Tolley 01 Aug 2018

Don’t let the funding stop for specialist Aboriginal Children’s Legal Service Balit Ngulu...

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Green light for contingency fees
Green light for contingency fees

 Victorian Law Reform Commission 01 Aug 2018

The VLRC considers that lawyers should be able to charge contingency fees, as it provides another avenue of funding for clients who may otherwise be unable to afford litigation...

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A just life
A just life

 Lucy Adams and Chris Povey 01 Aug 2018

A recent report highlights the community benefits of early access to justice...

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New law catches up
New law catches up

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jun 2018

CLCs have played a role in furthering the rights of young trans people. There is a gradual yet pronounced change happening in access to justice...

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The rise of SRLs
The rise of SRLs

 Tori Edwards 03 Apr 2018

Helping people to more capably self-represent can improve outcomes...

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Home truths
Home truths

 Ashlea Hawkins 01 Mar 2018

Only 8 per cent of households would meet the means test for legal aid...

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When justice is out of reach
When justice is out of reach

 Law Council of Australia 01 Nov 2017

The consequences of accessing justice can be life or death. The Justice Project has helped to expose the dire situation faced by some of the country’s most vulnerable groups as they seek access to justice...

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Charging For Access To Justice
Charging For Access To Justice

 Gino Dal Pont 01 Sep 2017

Access to justice has increasingly become a catch-cry that the legal profession has been invited to address. Professional discipline for overcharging nonetheless remains as a critical vehicle to police illegitimate impediments in this regard...

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Access to justice restored
Access to justice restored

 Fraser Lane 01 Aug 2017

In April, the federal government announced it would reverse impending funding cuts to community legal centres (CLCs). In this announcement...

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Access to justice boost
Access to justice boost

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2017

Legal aid, self-represented litigants and litigants dealing with civil disputes are among the winners in the state government’s response to the Access to Justice Review...

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Access to justice gap
Access to justice gap

 Divya Sharma 01 Jul 2017

There is still a need to boost legal aid as outlined by the Productivity Commission in 2014. The efforts of groups such as community legal centres (CLCs)...

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Access to Justice measures will help vulnerable Victorians
Access to Justice measures will help vulnerable Victorians

 LIV Media 23 May 2017

The LIV today welcomed the state government’s response to the Access to Justice Review which has embraced most of the...

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Access to Justice Review Report: LIV Response
Access to Justice Review Report: LIV Response

 Keren Murray and Andrew Tabone 21 Feb 2017

In October 2016, the Department of Justice & Regulation submitted its Access to Justice Review Report to the Victorian Attorney-General...

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