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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. ...

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 ...

Paper: Self Represented Litigants and Court and Legal Services Responses to Their Needs - What We Know (Greacen 2003)

Paper: Self Represented Litigants and Court and Legal Services Responses to Their Needs- What We Know (Greacen 2003)

This 2003 paper was prepared by John Greacen for the Center for Families, Children & the Courts of the California Administrative Office of the Courts. It examines empirical evidence from studies and reports on SRLs and court/legal services self-help p ...

Article: What Standards Should We Use To Judge Our Courts? (Greacen 1988)

Two themes run through this article-the search for standards by which to measure the performance of courts and the search for ways to improve the courts' public image. Grecean notes that although definitive standards for judging courts did not exist ...

Article: Unified Family Courts: Recent Developments in Twelve States (Greacen 2003)

A look at how courts in twelve states were enhancing access to justice for families in response to a 2002 white paper from the Conference of State Court Administrators on improving family courts. The white paper recognized the national interest in improvi ...

Article: Judicial Techniques for Cases Involving Self-Represented Litigants (Albrecht, Greacen, Hough and Zorza 2003)

This is one of the first article published to stimulate a national dialogue about how judges can best structure and manage their courtrooms to accommodate the needs of self-represented litigants. It remains one of the most accessible introductions to the ...

Paper: Self Represented Litigants: Self Help Programs – Making the Case to the Bench and Bar (Greacen, Hough, Ledray 2006)

John Greacen, Bonnie Hough, and Susan Ledray presented at the July 2006 National Association of Court Management meeting in Florida. They discussed 1) Reasons to have a self help program; 2) Objections to starting a self help program (and responses).  Mat ...

Presentation: Current Research on SRLs (SRLN 2014)

Presentation: Current Research on SRLs (SRLN 2014)

Update on research on Self-Represented Litigants presented at the NACM 2014 Mid-Year Conference, which can be viewed at  http://nacmconference.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/SRL-Slides.pdf, and then an update on that research at the May 2014 Equal Justice ...

Presentation: Legal Information and Legal Advice: The Hard Situations (Greacen 2010)

Presentation: Legal Information and Legal Advice: The Hard Situations (Greacen 2010)

Presentation on the distinction between legal information and legal advice given by John M. Greacen at the 2010 California Conference On Self-Represented Litigants April 29-30, 2010.   Clerk, Self-Help Center Staff, and Librarian Ethics Managing a Self-He ...

Article: Legal Information vs. Legal Advice - Developments During the Last Five Years (Greacen 2001)

Article: Legal Information vs. Legal Advice- Developments During the Last Five Years (Greacen 2001)

This article by John Greacen is an update on his seminal 1995 article, " No Legal Advice from Court Personnel, What Does that Mean? "   Recommended Citation: John Greacen, Legal Information vs. Legal Advice- Developments During the Last Five Yea ...