Self-Represented Litigation Network
Eduardo Gonzalez was named the Access to Justice Fellow at Georgetown Law’s Institute of Technology Law and Policy in September 2017. In this role, he will be responsible for updating the Self-Represented Litigation Network’s (SRLN) 2008 Best Practices in Court Based Programs for the Self-Represented and converting it to an on-line peer networking tool. The final product will include an updated list of best practices, as well as a county-level database of innovations and self-help reforms that are improving litigant’s access to justice throughout the United States.
Eduardo received a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University and his JD from Northeastern University School of Law (NUSL). Prior to this placement, Eduardo worked on TIG funded projects for the NuLawLab and Connecticut Legal Aid as a game designer to develop browser and mobile games for self-represented litigants. During law school, Eduardo served as a lawyering fellow for a team of first year law students on a social justice project with Tor Project, Inc. and was a student attorney with NUSL’s Intellectual Property Clinic, the IP Co-Lab. His deep interest and experience with entrepreneurship, innovation, and technology come together to support his goal to find new ways to expand access to justice. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.