A big Law Week round of applause for…

Law Week just wouldn’t happen without the dedication and commitment of our amazing event organisers. There were so many great events this year and we’d just like to say a big THANK YOU! Through your hard work, thousands of Victorians now have a fresh insight and a better understanding of the law and the legal system.

If you ran a Law Week event, we’d love to hear about your experience. Help us make future Law Weeks even better for you by taking our two minute survey. Click here to take the survey.

Thanks again to each and everyone of you for your support, Law Week couldn’t happen without your involvement.

Law Week 2012 roll call

Albury Library Museum
Australian Competition & Consumer Commission
Barwon Community Legal Service
Brighton Cemetorians
Castan Centre for Human Rights Law
Consumer Affairs Victoria, Ballarat
Consumer Affairs Victoria, Geelong
County Court of Victoria
Court Network
Craft Victoria
Department of Justice
Disability Discrimination Legal Service Inc
Endangered Pictures
Environment Defenders Office (Victoria) Ltd
Fair Work Australia
Friends of Boroondara (Kew) Cemetery
Friends of St Kilda Cemetery Inc (FOSC)
Geelong Magistrates’ Court
Hume Riverina Community Legal Service
Juries Commissioner’s Office
Latrobe Valley Law Courts
Law Institute of Victoria (LIV)
Lawyers for Animals Inc.
Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre
Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Ringwood
Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Sunshine
Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Frankston
Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Melbourne
Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Shepparton
Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Wodonga
Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Broadmeadows
Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, Ballarat
Melbourne Cemetery Tours
Melbourne Golden Mile Walk
Migration Review Tribunal – Refugee Review Tribunal
Monash University Law School
Murray Mallee Community Legal Service
National Trust of Australia (Victoria)
Neighbourhood Justice Centre
Office of the Public Advocate
Office of the Victorian Privacy Commissioner
Old Treasury Building
Peace Brigades International-Australia
Public Interest Law Clearing House Inc
RMIT Link Arts and Culture
RMIT Graduate School of Business and Law
Seniors Rights Victoria
Sentencing Advisory Council
Sisters in Crime Australia
State Library of Victoria
Supreme Court of Victoria
Victoria Legal Aid
Victoria Police Museum
Victorian Civil & Administrative Tribunal (VCAT), Berwick
Victorian Civil & Administrative Tribunal (VCAT), Warrnambool
Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT), Melbourne
Victorian Deaf Society
Wangaratta Law Courts

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