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Research Report: Outreach legal services and complex needs: what works? Justice issues paper 12
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Studies included in the review

Buck, A, Tam, T & Fisher, C 2007, Putting money advice where the need is: evaluating the potential for advice provision in different outreach locations, LSRC Research Paper no. 16, Legal Services Research Centre, London, Available at: <http://www.lsrc.org.uk/publications/Outreach.pdf>.

Day, L, Collard, S & Hay, C 2008, Money advice outreach evaluation: qualitative outcomes for clients, Legal Services Research Centre, London, Available at: <http://www.lsrc.org.uk/publications/DebtOutreachOutcomesClients.pdf>.

Day, L, Collard, S & Davies , V 2008, Money advice outreach evaluation: the provider and partner perspectives, Legal Services Research Centre, London, Available at: <http://www.lsrc.org.uk/publications/DebtOutreachProviderPartnerPerspectives.pdf>.

Dimos, D 2008, Civil law ALS Outreach review, Legal Aid NSW, Sydney, Available at: <http://www.legalaid.nsw.gov.au/data/portal/00000005/public/24799001229058541336.pdf>.

Gillespie, M et al. 2007, Money advice for vulnerable groups: final evaluation report, Scottish Executive, Glasgow, Available at: <http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/171671/0047978.pdf>.

Goldie, C 2003, PILCH homeless persons' legal clinic: evaluation report, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Sydney.

Hartlepool New Deals for Communities 2004, Evaluation report on the money advice and debt counselling service project, Hartlepool, UK, Available at: <http://www.ndc.org.uk/documents/MoneyAdviceandDebtCounsellingService.doc>.

Kilner, D 2007, Housing Legal Clinic final evaluation report, Welfare Rights Centre SA, unpublished, Adelaide.

Sherr, L, et al. 2002, A stitch in time: accessing and funding welfare rights through Health Service Primary Care. An evaluation of primary care based specialist welfare rights advice provision in Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham, London, Available at: <http://www.lho.org.uk/viewResource.aspx?id=8763>.

Smith, M & Patel, A 2008, Money advice outreach evaluation: cost and effectiveness of the outreach pilots, LSRC Research Paper no. 22, Legal Services Commission, London, Available at: <http://www.lsrc.org.uk/publications/DebtOutreachCostEffectiveness.pdf>.

Westwood Spice 2005, Evaluation report: Homeless Persons' Legal Service, PIAC, Unpublished, Sydney.

Additional references

Australian Government Social Inclusion Unit 2008, Social inclusion: origins, concepts and key themes, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra, Available at: <http://www.socialinclusion.gov.au/Documents/PMC%20AIFS%20report.pdf>.

Brackertz, N & Meredyth, D 2008, Social inclusion of the hard to reach: community consultation and the hard to reach: local government, social profiling and civic infrastructure: final report, Swinburne Institute for Social Research, Hawthorn, Victoria, Available at: <http://researchbank.swinburne.edu.au/vital/access/manager/Repository/swin:9858>.

Buck, A 2009, 'Reaching further through outreach advice', in Reaching further: innovation, access and quality in legal services, Stationery Office Books, London, pp. 73-99.

Campbell Collaboration 2009, What is a systematic review? Available at <http://www.campbellcollaboration.org/what_is_a_systematic_review/index.php>.

Coumarelos, C, Wei, Z & Zhou, A 2006, Justice made to measure: NSW legal needs survey in disadvantaged areas, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney, Available at: <http://www.lawfoundation.net.au/report/survey2006>.

Forell, S, McCarron, E & Schetzer, L 2005, No home, no justice? The legal needs of homeless people in NSW, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney, <http://www.lawfoundation.net.au/report/homeless>.

Government Social Research Unit 2007, What do we already know? Harnessing existing research. Background paper 2 of the Magenta book: guidance notes for policy evaluation and analysis, HM Treasury, London, <http://www.gsr.gov.uk/downloads/magenta_book/Chap_2_Magenta.pdf>.

Grunseit, A, Forell, S & McCarron, E 2008, Taking justice into custody: the legal needs of prisoners, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney, Available at: <http://www.lawfoundation.net.au/report/prisoners>.

Johanna Briggs Institute 2008, Johanna Briggs Institute reviewers' manual 2008 edition, Johanna Briggs Institute, Adelaide.

Johanna Briggs Institute Johanna Briggs Institute Qualitative Assessment and Review Instrument (QARI), Available at: <http://www.joannabriggs.edu.au/services/sumari.php>.

Legal Aid NSW 2008, 'Spotlight on outreach services', Verbals, no. 51, pp. 7–19, Available at: <http://www.legalaid.nsw.gov.au/data/portal/00000005/public/34824001223505244172.pdf>.

Schetzer, L, Mullins, J & Buonamano, R 2002, Access to justice & legal needs, a project to identify legal needs, pathways and barriers for disadvantaged people in NSW. Background paper. Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney, <http://www.lawfoundation.net.au/report/background>.



  


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Forell, S & Gray, A 2009, Outreach legal services to people with complex needs: what works? Justice issues paper 12, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney