Mapping justice

Mapping institutional data across a broad range of civil justice bodies.

The Data Mapping Project examines how administrative data is collected and used in the Victorian civil justice system. The project investigates what data is available, its accuracy and consistency, how data is used and what needs to be done to improve its utility for addressing access to justice questions.

The project is in three stages. The first explores administrative data collected in the legal assistance sector. The second covers courts and tribunals, and the third examines other dispute resolution and complaint bodies.