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Tool: Tour Guide to Assess Courthouse for SRLs (SRLN 2008)

Tool: Tour Guide to Assess Courthouse for SRLs (SRLN 2008)

This Tour Guide is provided to allow either court employees or outside observers to look at a courthouse and court processes from the point of view of a self-represented litigant. The Tour Guide can be used by judges or court staff, by volunteers, or by o ...

Report: Measuring Online Legal Resources:  A Framework Inspired  by the Drake Equation (Florida Justice Technology Center 2018)

Report: Measuring Online Legal Resources: A Framework Inspired by the Drake Equation (Florida Justice Technology Center 2018)

This report and companion webinar offer a framework to measure access to justice, and whether specific interventions have made an impact. For more information and resources about the Drake Equation for Access to Justice Work, please visit the Florida Just ...

SRLN Brief: Communications Resources (SRLN 2015)

SRLN Brief: Communications Resources (SRLN 2015)

A communications strategy, which is central to any project's success, not only charts communications with internal and external customers, but also serves as an important driver for the metrics collected to measure success. Voices for Civil Justice h ...

Tool: CA Self-Help Centers' Self-Assessment Tool for Quality Programs (CA Courts 2018)

Tool: CA Self-Help Centers' Self-Assessment Tool for Quality Programs (CA Courts 2018)

The California Self-Help Centers’ Self-Assessment Tool for Quality Programs was developed as a strategic and tactical planning template to promote quality Self-Help Center Programs across California. The tool is designed to connect a wide range of initiat ...

Report: Listen > Learn > Lead: A Guide to Improving Court Services through User-Centered Design (IAALS 2019)

Report: Listen > Learn > Lead: A Guide to Improving Court Services through User-Centered Design (IAALS 2019)

This report was published as part of IAALS's Court Compass project and provides a guide to leveraging design sprints to engage court users. The following is an excerpt from the report: "IAALS, the Institute for the Advancement of the American Le ...

Report: Voices in the Civil Justice System: Learning from Self-Represented Litigants and Their Trusted Intermediaries (Alteneder & Gonzalez 2020)

Report: Voices in the Civil Justice System: Learning from Self-Represented Litigants and Their Trusted Intermediaries (Alteneder & Gonzalez 2020)

Executive Summary It is estimated that more than 30 million people are self-represented litigants (SRLs) in America's civil courts annually. Depending on case type or location, the Florida courts regularly manage civil dockets that are comprised almo ...

Resource: Law + Design Workbook (Hagen 2017)

Resource: Law + Design Workbook (Hagen 2017)

The Legal Design Lab's Law + Design Workbook is a guide for running a legal design cycle. Published by Margaret Hagen, the workbook is distributed under the Creative Commons License that requires attribution, that you don’t commercialize this, and th ...

Report: Cases Without Counsel: Experiences of Self-Representation in U.S. Family Court (IAALS 2016)

Report: Cases Without Counsel: Experiences of Self-Representation in U.S. Family Court (IAALS 2016)

The following excerpt introduces the report: Cases Without Counsel: Experiences of Self-Representation in U.S. Family Court (“Cases Without Counsel” or “CWC”) is a qualitative empirical research study exploring the issue of self-representation in the Unit ...

Webinar: Evaluating Programs to Assist Self Represented Litigants (SRLN 2005)

Webinar: Evaluating Programs to Assist Self Represented Litigants (SRLN 2005)

This SRLN Webinar from June 21, 2005, presents findings from evaluations of self-help programs for self-represented litigants. The webinar was presented by John Greacen, Greacen Associates and Deana Piazza, Center for Families and Children and the Courts. ...

News: Orange County, CA and the State of Texas Conduct User Experience Research and Learn that SRLs in Civil Cases Can E-File (Texas & California 2016)

News: Orange County, CA and the State of Texas Conduct User Experience Research and Learn that SRLs in Civil Cases Can E-File (Texas & California 2016)

What are we learning about self-represented litigants who e-file? Who are they? Where are they? What cases do they file? How do the tools work for them? Using identical survey instruments, the Superior Court in Orange County and the Texas Office of Court ...