Trial Court Self-Help
Report: Resource Guide on Serving Self-Represented Litigants Remotely (SRLN 2016)
The Resource Guide provides options for courts and other entities interested in providing services to self-represented litigants using means that are not face-to-face, instead of, or in addition to, in-person alternatives
Report: The Self-Help Center Census: A National Survey (ABA 2014)
Using responses to an online survey, the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services issued “The Self-Help Center Census: A
Article: Ensuring Access to Justice in Tough Economic Times (Broccolina & Zorza 2008)
This article outlines seven suggestions for the courts which require relatively small or easily found upfront investment and minor ongoing expenditures.This article first appeared in the November-December 2008 (Volume 92, Number 3) of JUDICATURE,
Curriculum: SRLN Court Solutions Conference Leadership Package (SRLN 2008)
The Self-Represented Litigation Leadership Package was prepared by the Self-Represented Litigation Network and launched at the Court Solutions Conference on September 8-10, 2008, in Baltimore, Maryland. The core of the Package is fifteen modules,
Webinar: Alaska Family Law Self-Help Center (SRLN 2005)
This webinar on the Alaska Family Law-Self Help Center was presented on May 25, 2005, by the Center's then-co-director (and current SRLN Coordinator) Katherine Alteneder.
Report: California Courts Self-Help Centers: Report to the Legislature (California 2007)
This is a report, found at http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/rpt_leg_self_help.pdf, on the implementation of California's Statewide Action Plan for Self-Represented Litigants
Website: California Court-Legal Aid Partnership Grants (California 2015)
Each year ten percent of the California's Equal Access Funds allocation is distributed by the Legal Services Trust Fund Commission as Partnership Grants.
SRLN Brief: Case for Key Innovations to Support 100% Access (SRLN 2007)
Collection of single page briefing papers prepared by the SRLN in 2007 to help interested parties make the "case for" key innovations. The following topics are covered: • The Case for Self-Help Programs
Resource: 12 Tips on Working with an Interpreter (Language Lines Services 2005)
This short tip sheet from Language Line Services can help staff understand how to best engage an interpreter.
Article: Turner v. Rogers - Improving Due Process for the Self-Represented (Zorza 2012)
Article by Richard Zorza on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Turner v. Rogers (2011) and how courts should see this decision as an opportunity to improve their services and programs for self-represented litigants.