Centre for Rural Regional Law and Justice (CRRLJ)

Role of the CRRLJ

The role of the Centre for Rural Regional Law and Justice is to:

  • Undertake applied research which draws on a breadth of academic disciplines in priority areas identified through consultation with rural and regional communities, services, industry and government.

  • Act as a forum to inform and share knowledge with communities and key organisations and provide an effective regional voice on law and justice issues to government.

  • Deliver services to inform, advise and support government, communities and industry in the development and provision of 'best practice' law and justice related services, programs and policies, impacting on rural and regional Victoria.


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