The Law and Justice Foundation communicates its research results in a range of formats to be accessible to government, the justice system, the legal assistance sector, social policy researchers, and the broader legal and community sectors alike.
As an evidence-based research organisation, we endeavour to produce substantial reports that explain the underlying methodologies of our research in adequate detail, as well as more concise research papers that present our findings in a way more accessible to a broader audience.
In-depth evidence-based research reports that provide methodological detail and findings. These include program evaluations, legal needs surveys and court data analysis.
Justice Issues series
Medium-length research papers presenting findings on a specific topic, including the legal need impacts of domestic and family violence, the value of different legal information strategies, and locating the demand for legal services.
Updating Justice series
Concise papers that focus on specific access to justice issues, including the legal needs of particular socially and economically disadvantaged people.
Foundation staff are regularly invited to deliver presentations in NSW, nationally and internationally to share the results of our research and encourage a culture of evidence-based informed practice across the sector.
Use Just Search to search the full text of our research and references to related literature.