The Civil Justice Research Group (CJRG) fosters research, discussion and debate about the administration of civil justice. We focus on the role and operation of civil courts and tribunals, access to civil justice, and wider questions about the resolution of civil disputes. We bring together scholars, judges, practitioners and others interested in discussing law and policy, identifying opportunities for change and initiating reforms. The work of the Group informs the teaching of civil justice subjects in LLB, JD and MLM programmes at the Melbourne Law School. The Civil Justice Research Group is committed to the exchange of knowledge among academic and other communities, and collaborates with judges, lawyers, policymakers and law reform agencies in its teaching and research activities.