We are currently redesigning our webpage, which will consolidate srln.org and selfhelpsupport.org with an expected launch in September 2015. The new site will offer not only a curated collection of leading resources to help courts, legal aid and the private bar better serve the self-represented, but also provide an on-line space for SRLN Working Groups, as well as open conversation groups to facilitate knowledge and information sharing among justice system and allied professionals. As we go through this transition, we are only maintaining our Trainings & Webinar page at http://www.srln.org/trainings/. If you wish to receive the launch announcement and are not already a member of this website, please join as a launch announcement will go out to professional members of srln.org and selfhelpsupport.org. Thank you for your understanding and please contact email@example.com with any questions.
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.
Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog
April 21 Webinar: Learning from Each Other (presented by Maryland People's Law Library, JustAdvice Clinic & SRLN)
May 6 SRLN Pre-Conference - 2015 Equal Justice Conference (Austin, TX) Register now!
May 7-8 Equal Justice Conference (Austin, TX) Register now!
June 10-11 Pathways to Justice Conference (Los Angeles, CA)
July 18 - 21 American Association of Law Libraries' Annual Meeting (Philadelphia, PA)
July 13-16 NJC Course on Best Practices in Handling Cases with Self-Represented Litigants (Reno, NV)