The Law and Justice Foundation of NSW is an independent statutory body established by the Law and Justice Foundation Act 2000 (NSW) to: “contribute to the development of a fair and equitable justice system that addresses the legal needs of the community and improves access to justice by the community, particularly by socially and economically disadvantaged people.”
We acheive this by creating, harnessing and sharing quality evidence to support access to justice for the people of NSW
The Access to Justice Research Hub supports evidence-based and people-centred service provision in the justice and legal assistance sector. Information, webinars, downloadable resources and interactive tools cover a range of topics along with links to Foundation and other relevant research.
Our team are leaders in their field, highly skilled in research, data analysis and/or knowledge translation. Their expertise draws on extensive experience working across the human and social services in Australia and overseas. Our working style is collaborative and we welcome opportunities to partner with government, service providers, and other researchers in New South Wales and beyond.
The team routinely provides research advice and support to the justice sector, undertakes primary research to develop the evidence base, and disseminates information about the justice system to the sector and the community of NSW.
If you would like further details on any of the information on our Research Hub, or simply to have a chat about your research questions, please feel free to contact the Research team.