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Research: contemporary evidence and information


The Law and Justice Foundation of NSW has a number of research programs:
  • Access to Justice and Legal Needs — this program identifies legal and access to justice needs, particularly of disadvantaged people in NSW... [read more]
  • What Works — this program identifies, through research, evaluation and consultation, what is effective in meeting legal and access to justice needs... [read more]
  • Research partnerships — the Foundation has partnered with various Australian universities on a number of projects aimed at evaluating and learning lessons from existing mechanisms for meeting legal and access to justice needs... [read more]

Research strategy

Our strategy is to conduct rigorous, independent research which can inform policy development.

Our focus is on access to justice needs, in particular those of socially and economically disadvantaged people in NSW.

Our research projects are characterised by an empirical approach, in which documented and transparent socio-legal methodologies are applied.

Enquiries


For enquiries about research, please email principalresearchers@lawfoundation.net.au

RECENT PUBLICATIONS
Community legal education (CLE) has been conducted in NSW for the last 30 years but CLE programs and strategies vary widely. So what do we know about the effectiveness of CLE? Researchers Ania Wilczynski, Maria Karras and Suzie Forell report on a systematic review in this new paper in the the Justice Issues series.
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