A new website dedicated to helping you understand your rights when using public transport is just the ticket. On Thursday 22 February, Liberty Victoria’s Rights Advocacy Project (RAP) launched Confident Commuter, a website that helps you understand your options when faced with ticket inspectors and a myki fine.
Have you been involved in a tree dispute with your neighbour? The Victorian Law Reform Commission has released a new video to help you sort out the problem. They are also asking for your suggestions on how the law can be improved.
This week we explore when it is reasonable to contest a Will with legal expert Kathy Wilson, an accredited specialist in Wills and Estates at Aitken Partners.
This week we explore the grounds for contesting a Will with legal expert Kathy Wilson
Voluntary assisted dying: An unusual level of public consultation informed the framework for the proposed law says advisory panel member Julian Gardner.
Building or renovating a home is on many people’s bucket list. But how can you help the process run smoothly? Victoria Law Foundation explores how to keep your renovation on track with Melbourne architect Antony DiMase.
Victoria Law Foundation has a chat to senior mediator John Brennan at the Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria to see how they can help resolve disputes between neighbours.
Victoria Law Foundation visits the RMIT Centre for Innovative Justice to catch up on an exciting justice project in relation to serious motor vehicle collisions.
Posting on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter is usually harmless fun. But one place where you must resist the lure of social media is when you are called up for jury service.