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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. ...

Best Practices: Best Practices in E-Filing (LSC & SRLN 2013)

Best Practices: Best Practices in E-Filing (LSC & SRLN 2013)

This document, the preparation of which was funded by the Legal Services Corporation through a grant to Central Minnesota Legal Services, was developed in close collaboration with SRLN. It explores a variety of principles and practices in areas from fee w ...

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 ...

SRLN Brief: Research & Data Resources (SRLN 2015)

SRLN Brief: Research & Data Resources (SRLN 2015)

In addition to the resources highlighted on srln.org, be sure to check the following sites, which house important research, data, reports and evaluations that impact access to justice for the self-represented litigant. The American Bar Association's ...

SRLN Brief: Procedural Fairness / Procedural Justice (SRLN 2015)

SRLN Brief: Procedural Fairness / Procedural Justice (SRLN 2015)

Research has shown that when defendants and litigants perceive the court process to be fair, they are more likely to comply with court orders and follow the law in the future—regardless of whether they “win” or “lose” their case. This is called procedural ...

SRLN Brief: How Many SRLs? (SRLN 2019)

SRLN Brief: How Many SRLs? (SRLN 2019)

National SRL Estimates from srln.org In the United States, civil legal disputes are handled in more than 15,000 courts, in a patchwork of jurisdictions among state, county, municipal authorities. Civil courts handle cases such as divorce, custody, child s ...

Best Practices: Best Practices in Court-Based Programs for the Self-Represented: Concepts, Attributes, Issues for Exploration, Examples, Contacts, and Resources (SRLN 2008)

Best Practices: Best Practices in Court-Based Programs for the Self-Represented: Concepts, Attributes, Issues for Exploration, Examples, Contacts, and Resources (SRLN 2008)

This document, now in its second version, summarizes forty-two best practices in court based self-help service innovation, with descriptions of each practice, suggested attributes, examples and contacts. best practices 100% Access to Justice Best Practice ...

Toolkit: Model for a Comprehensive Self Assessment of Court Programs to Assist Self-Represented Litigants (SRLN 2008)

Toolkit: Model for a Comprehensive Self Assessment of Court Programs to Assist Self-Represented Litigants (SRLN 2008)

These materials are a comprehensive packet of surveys and tools designed to help courts assess how well they deal with the self-represented and to make improvements in their practices. Tools for Evaluating Self-Help Programs and Services United States A M ...

Toolkit: Self-Diagnostic Protocols & Solutions for Affordable Access to Justice Innovations (SRLN 2010)

Toolkit: Self-Diagnostic Protocols & Solutions for Affordable Access to Justice Innovations (SRLN 2010)

Drawing upon a wide range of  Best Practices, approaches, tools and materials developed by the SRLN, this resource is designed to help courts identify and implement potential improvements in access and efficiency in as cost effective a manner as possible. ...

Resource: Title IV-D Funding Resource Guide (SRLN 2014, revised 2017)

Resource: Title IV-D Funding Resource Guide (SRLN 2014, revised 2017)

Many state court systems and individual courts take advantage of federal funding under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act to obtain reimbursement for the costs of adjudicating child support and paternity matters when hearings are handled by persons oth ...