Grants - Victorian Legal Services Board + Commissioner

Victorian Legal Services Board Grants Program

The Grants Program was established in 2007 to distribute funding to projects that aim to improve the administration of laws, increase access to justice, improve legal services and inform and educate the wider community about legal services. The grants are available from the Board administered Public Purpose Fund (142KB PDF), which includes funds from a number of sources, including the interest on solicitors’ trust accounts and income from investments. With the approval of the Attorney-General, the grants can be used for law reform, legal and judicial education, legal research, innovative improvements to access to justice and any other purpose relating to the legal profession or the law that the Board considers appropriate.

Funding is available through annual grant rounds. Subscribe to our Grants Program newsletter to receive grants related news and updates, and be notified when the next funding round opens.


2019 Grant Round

All 2019 Grants Round applications have been assessed with careful and detailed consideration and we have made our recommendations on applications for funding. We are now awaiting final determination by the Attorney-General.

2019 Grants Round Application Update

We anticipate making an announcement and advising applicants on the outcomes by end August / early September. Until this time we cannot release any information and we thank all applicants for their patience.

 


About the Round

Learn about this year’s Grants theme of Designing Justice Differently: Using human-centred design and technology.

About the 2019 Grants Round

 




Grants Program News


2019 Grants Round Update July 29, 2019

All 2019 Grants Round applications have been assessed with careful and detailed consideration and we have made our recommendations on applications for funding. We are now awaiting final determination by the Attorney-General.

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Recent Human-centred Design Workshops Held

Three tailor-made workshops with design specialists were held monthly across March, April and May this year to assist those interested in learning how to use a human-centred design approach in their project and identify practical ways to achieve the impact they seek. (more…)