How we are improving our services

How we are improving our services

Find out about the reviews and public consultations we have undertaken to improve our services.

Child Protection Legal Aid Services Review

We have completed a review of our child protection services. The 36 actions we have committed to are aimed at Victorian children, young people, parents and carers benefitting from legal help that is more effective, high-quality and as widely available as possible.

Read the final report.

Criminal Appeals Review

The review of criminal appeals was established in response to community concerns over some high profile criminal appeals.

Read the report.

Delivering high quality criminal trials

We undertook a public consultation process to examine options for improving the quality of legally aided criminal trials in Victoria.

Read about the five actions for change that we identified.

Family Law Legal Aid Services Review

We undertook a public consultation process to improve our family law legal aid services and ensure they are fair, as widely available as possible and sustainable.

Read about the 35 actions that will be implemented over the next three years.

Family violence – our response

We are working with the State Government and others, including police, courts, family violence services and community legal centres, to improve the way we respond to family violence. We are committed to the elimination of violence in the community.

Read more about our response to family violence.

Means Test Review

We are working with the community and our stakeholders to review the way we assess financial eligibility for grants of legal assistance.

Read more about the Means Test Review.

Summary crime evaluation

Victoria Legal Aid is working with the Law and Justice Foundation of New South Wales in a new research and evaluation alliance to evaluate the effectiveness and sustainability of legal assistance for summary crime matters.

Read more at Summary crime evaluation