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Racial Justice Statements from the Courts (2020)

After the killing of George Floyd and the national outpouring calling for racial justice in America, many courts issued statements. SRLN is aware of the following.

SRLN Self-Care Resources

SRLN wants to make sure you remember about self-care. Especially during times of crisis we need to care for ourselves before we are able to care for others.

COVID-19 Resources

This page will be updated as more resources are identified. Last updated 6-4-20. SRLN COVID Response Memos 

Guidelines: Guidelines for the Operation of Self-Help Centers in California Trial Courts (CA 2011)

The Administrative Office of the Courts, in collaboration with judges, court executive officers, attorneys, and other parties with demonstrated interest in services to self-represented litigants, is charged with the development of

Creating a User-Friendly Court Structure and Environment

This publication, from the National Association for Court Management (NACM), encourages the reader to this how the court environment - from the building, to the people, to the technology and resources - can be re

Report: The Criminalization of Private Debt (ACLU 2018)


Resource: Alaska’s Justice Ecosystem: Building a Partnership of Providers (SRLN 2017)

Created by the Self-Represented Litigation Network for the Alaska Court System, this Story Map describes Alaska’s civil justice ecosystem and the common civil legal issues that many Alaskans face.

Limited Licensed Legal Technician Program (News 2017)

The Washington State Supreme Court and the Washington State Bar Association created an innovative program to ex

Interactive story map shows hurricane impacts and Florida’s vulnerable populations (News 2017)

The Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN) helped The Florida Bar Foundation create a new data resource that reveals the impact of Hurricane Irma on Florida and the vulnerable populations who could potentially need civil legal aid in the recov

Brief: Intro to Design Thinking (SRLN 2017)

In the Access to Justice space, design thinking practices from the technology space are increasingly embraced to improve the way people access legal services and to improve and simplify the processes themselves.