We undertake research and evaluation to understand the legal services that work best for different clients and different circumstances.
Our research and evaluation aims to:
- support innovation through evaluating new practice, policy and service models
- build client perspectives and experience into service design and delivery
- increase community and stakeholder understanding and recognition of the function and value of VLA
- provide evidence to inform future, sustainable investment in legal aid.
We collaborate with:
- our partners within the legal assistance sector
- independent researchers and evaluation professionals
- organisations and universities
in order to undertake research, analysis and evaluation that is aligned with our strategic priorities.
Our research projects
Research helps us understand more about our clients, the legal problems they have, and the environment we work in.
Our evaluation projects
Evaluation helps us understand more about our own services, what’s working well and what can be improved.
We deliver a number of services to the community and aims to address complex problems through a number of means. There is an increasing need for evaluation at Victoria Legal Aid to:
- help the organisation understand what is being achieved
- help identify possible improvements
- meet the expectations and reporting requirements of funders.
Research and Evaluation Agenda 2018–2022
Our Research and Evaluation Agenda 2018–2022 sets out the objectives, themes and enablers for quality research and evaluation activity across Victoria Legal Aid over the next four years.
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Reviewed 17 March 2022