Shelf Number: 1800 - 17
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 2001Back