Submit your event

Does your activity meet our event criteria?

To be accepted into the Victorian Law Week program, your event must meet our criteria. Events must:

  • Take place within Victoria
  • Improve the Victorian community’s understanding of the law or the legal system
  • Engage with individuals or small businesses
  • Be free unless you have obtained an exemption from the Victoria Law Foundation

You will be notified if your event is not suitable for inclusion in the program.

Before you register your Victorian Law Week activity we recommend that you read our guide to planning your event

Register your event or activity by close of business Friday 26 March 2021.

Are you interested in running multiple events?

Please contact us if you are interested in submitting more than 5 events.

Are you offering free legal advice consultations?

To be accepted into the Victorian Law Week program, appointments must be at least 40 minutes in duration. When determining appointment duration, please allow sufficient time to obtain instructions and provide meaningful preliminary information or advice during the appointment.

Please uncheck this box if your event is not free.

You will need an exemption from Victoria Law Foundation before you register your event. If you do not have an exemption notice please contact us.

I have read and accept the privacy statement.

Please provide details of the primary contact for this event application.

All communications about Victorian Law Week will be directed to this person.

The name of each organisation will be included in your event listing on the Victorian Law Week website, with a link to the organisation’s website. Social media URLs will be linked to social media posts about your events on official Victorian Law Week channels.

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In this section we’d like to know what you’re hoping to get out of your event and who you’re running it for. Your answers will inform:

  • How you develop and deliver your event
  • How we promote your event through official Victorian Law Week channels.

Before completing this section please read our guide on setting the purpose and target audience for your event.

Why are you running your event? What do you hope attendees will get out of it? For more information read our guide on setting the purpose and target audience for your event.

Your event will be more effective if it is targeted to a specific group. Who do you want to talk to? Who needs to know the information you are sharing? Who will be interested in attending your event? Be specific.

  • Is your event designed for people in a particular geographic location? Age bracket? Occupation? Education level?
  • Is your event designed for people at a particular life stage (for example, university students, young parents, empty nesters, retirees)?
  • Is your event designed for people who are joined-up with other services? If so, would it be more effective to target your event at the service providers rather than the individuals?

For more information read our guide on setting the purpose and target audience for your event.

How will you let your target audience know about your event? While your event will be listed on the Victorian Law Week website, you will be responsible for all other marketing.

In this section we’d like to know more about your event. This information will be displayed on the Victorian Law Week website - you can see a preview at the bottom of the page.

Things to keep in mind:

  • Your event title should be catchy and easy to understand at a glance.
  • Consider your target audience when describing your event. Is the language appropriate? What will make them want to attend your event? Does your event sound enticing?
  • Make sure you use terminology that your target audience understands. For example, the term ‘elder abuse’ may be understood by aged care workers, but not necessarily by older people themselves.
  • Consider the accessibility of your language. It’s easy to assume that the language you use every day is generally understood, but that’s not always the case. For example, ‘family law’ is an industry term, while words such as ‘divorce’ or ‘relationship breakdown’ are much more easily understood by much of the community.

Please note: Your event description and short blurb may be edited for clarity and/or to conform with Victorian Law Week style, and we may contact you if we have concerns about the effectiveness of your event title.

Maximum 80 characters.

This will appear on your event listing on the Victorian Law Week website. Maximum 150 words.

The short event blurb will appear on the search page of the Victorian Law Week website, underneath the image you provide. Maximum 40 words.

Please upload an image to be used to promote your event. Photos that represent the event subject matter or target audience are preferred. Logos will not be accepted. Image dimensions must be 800 x 520 pixels or 3:2. Some scaling or cropping may occur. Files must be less than 10MB. GIF, JPG and PNG files only.

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In this section we’d like to know about your event logistics, including the format of your event, booking details and any accessibility measures.

Before completing this section, please read our guide to choosing your event format

Victorian Law Week runs from 17 to 23 May 2021. When will your event take place during this period?

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Please provide the link to the pre-recorded content. Video content must be uploaded to either YouTube or Vimeo.

If you are running a live webinar for which registration is not required, please provide the link here (not recommended).

Do you want prospective attendees to contact you if they have questions about the event? If so, please provide contact details. These details will be displayed on your event listing on the Victorian Law Week website. Leave this section blank if you don't want prospective attendees to contact you.

Do you have accessibility measures in place for your event, such as Auslan interpreters, closed captioning, transcripts, hearing loop, translators? If you’re running an in-person event, is the venue wheelchair accessible? Are there accessibility measures in place for your event? If so, please specify.


How your event will look in the online program

As you complete the form you can see a preview of how your event will appear on the Victorian Law Week website. Press the refresh button to add the latest event information below.


How your event page will look

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