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Assisting Self-Represented Litigant in California (Binder) 2001

The report analyzes the results of strategic planning efforts by courts throughout California to develop better strategies for serving litigants who come to court without attorneys. The topics include: unbundling legal services, changing the role of court clerks and law librarians, judicial communication and ethics, making the courthouse more accessible for self-represented litigants, funding for self-help programs, providing service to non-English-speaking litigants, court partnerships with the bar and legal services agencies, and technological resources to help self-represented persons.

Available Media: Print

Faculty Author: Cheif Justice Ronald M. George and William C. Vickrey

Producer: State Bar of California and the Commission on Access to Justice

Seminar: Regional Conference 2001