Our new article in this month's edition of the Law Institute of Victoria journal is out now.
In this edition, Senior Research Manager, Kerryn Cockroft writes about Scholarship for the Legal Community, our curated selection of research summaries of recently published academic writing from local and international journals.
In the article, Kerryn provides an overview of the genesis of the resource and the rationale behind its creation.
Speaking to the value of the resource, Victorian Court of Appeal president Justice Chris Maxwell said:
'The output of the legal academy is a rich but underutilised resource. Promoting greater awareness of legal scholarship amongst judges and practitioners can only enhance the quality of what we do. By making new scholarship readily accessible, the Judicial College is doing the legal community a great service'.
Note: This article was originally published in the November edition of the Law Institute Journal. Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner.