Coordinating services for separating and separated families through collaboration between organisations operating within family law
FAMILY LAW PRACTITIONERS
Professionals working in the family law system can become members of the Victorian Family Law Pathways Network for free. There are no formal requirements to become a member in Victoria.
Being a member of one of the Victorian Networks adds another link in the chain to ensure a connected Victoria, and members are invited to forums, teleconferences, and other events on a range of relevant topics.
Volunteer roles are sometimes available for 2nd year or higher university students in the areas of Law and Social Sciences.
The role involves volunteering at the Melbourne and Dandenong Family Court Registries assisting clients and family law practitioners to understand and access a comprehensive range of family law and support services.
Volunteer positions are advertised early on in the year.
*Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic our volunteer program has been suspended.
FAMILY LAW SERVICE PROVIDERS
Family law service providers can also become members, share information on services, programs, aims and approaches.
Service providers can also have their details included in the Victorian service directory operated through the iRefer Vic App. Please contact us through our Contact page to advise as to your service and eligibility criteria.