Inclusive Juries - Access for People Who Are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Blind or Have Low Vision: Consultation Paper and Survey

The Victorian Law Reform Commission is reviewing how to reform the law to make it easier for people who are  deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision to serve on juries.

Submissions to this law reform inquiry have closed, but if you would like to discuss the possibility of a late contribution, please contact team leader Emma Cashen at juries@lawreform.vic.gov.au.

This page includes links to consultation material in a range of formats. 

How to have your say

You can still have your say on this issue by completing the community survey. (Also available as a Word document at the bottom of this page).

Follow the links below to view the Consultation Paper, a Summary of the Consultation Paper (choose from pdf or Word options), and the survey.

You can watch videos of the summary paper and the community survey translated into Auslan. You can also listen to an audio version of the summary paper. 

The videos were created for the Commission by Expressions Australia.

Email your survey responses to juries@lawreform.vic.gov.au, or complete the survey online.

 

Summary paper (Auslan translation)

 

Community Survey (Auslan translation)

 

 

Listen to this audio version of the summary consultation paper.

 

 

Listen to this audio version of the community survey.

Date published: 
23 Dec 2020
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