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Type: Report
Title: Legal tech for justice enhancing access to justice in family violence legal services
Authors: Cao, Khoi
Alexander, Christopher
Domingo-Cabarrubias, Leavides
Zhong, Christine
Weinberg, Jacqueline
Sato, Mai
Grant, Genevieve
Woodlock, Delanie
Keywords: Remote technologies
ANRA Topic: Other
Health, primary care and specialist service responses
ANRA Population: General population
Year: 2022
Publisher: Monash University, Australian centre for justice innovation

This project aims to improve understanding of how remote technologies can be used to enhance access to justice for victim-survivors of family violence who are navigating the justice process. Research findings will inform the development of a collaborative and technologically enabled network of facilities focused on innovation in access to justice initiatives, with a view to improving legal practice throughout Victoria, including for rural, regional, and remote communities.

This project is funded by a 2021 grant from the Victorian Government Victorian Higher Education State Investment Fund (VHESIF), and will run until 2025. The same grant is funding the Safe and Equal @ Work program, research led by the Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre (Monash Arts) into workforce pathways for victim-survivors of family violence.

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