Who We Are
The Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN) works to ensure that the challenges of serving the self-represented are viewed as critical issues to be addressed throughout the justice system. The Network operates through a number of Working Groups, who, with support and leadership from the SRLN Coordinator and Executive Committee, have produced numerous products for use by the justice system as a whole.
This site is the communications hub for Working Groups, the Executive Committee, the Advisory Committee and those who have an interest in the operational side of SRLN. Please visit our sister site selfhelpsupport.org to access the many resources available to support the work of the justice community.
- ABA Journal Article on Washington State's Limited License Legal Technicians, Jan 14
Justice Index Updated, Nov 28
The National Center for Access to Justice has updated its Justice Index to include corrections from 21 states. See Richard Zora's blog post on the subject for more information:
Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog
- Sue Talia and Practicing Law Institute Partner for Free Jan 30 Program on Unbundling –It Will be Available Online Then and Afterwards
- Guest Post From Elizabeth Arledge: #LegalAid Voices �Storm� the Twitterverse
- The Power of the Pen and Phone — Exploring Opportunities for Access to Justice in the Next Two Years
December 12 Law Librarians' Working Group call - canceled
January 14-16 TIG Conference (San Antonio, TX)
January 21 Strategy and Outreach Working Group call
May 6-9, 2015 Equal Justice Conference (Austin, TX)
June 10-11, 2015 Pathways to Justice Conference (Los Angeles, CA)
July 18 - 21, 2015 American Association of Law Libraries' Annual Meeting (Philadelphia, PA)