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Self-Represented Litigants Lunch and Learn Series

By Sarah Rider
CPD Program Coordinator, Law Society of Saskatchewan

The Law Society was delighted to kick-off our in-person CPD Spring Programming with the first of our two-part Self-Represented Litigants Lunch and Learn Series, The Big Shift-Responding to Increasing Self-Representation in Family Law! 107 more words


Associate Departs Big Law to Create Pro Se Online Startup

Although she spent the first six years of her career in Big Law, California attorney Dorna Moini always knew that her true passion was in human rights and access to justice. 117 more words


Preparing for Family Court - Reliable Web Resources for Self-Represented Litigants

According to Justice Bonkalo’s Family Legal Services Review Report (December 2016), over 57% of Ontarians did not have legal representation in family court in 2014/15. The… 181 more words

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Court-annexed self-help clinic

In an advisory opinion, the Ohio Board of Professional Conduct approved a court’s proposal to establish a self-help center where court-appointed lawyers would provide short-term legal assistance to persons of limited means who otherwise would be unrepresented.  405 more words

Bureau Announces New Resource for Self-Represented Litigants

Merriam Webster online defines an attorney as one whose profession is “to advise as to legal rights and obligations,” while an ombudsman is one who “investigates, reports on, and helps settle complaints.” Combine the two, and you’ve got the Bureau’s new Ombudsman Attorney Program, a resource separate from the Court of Workers’ Compensation Claims for self-represented litigants. 692 more words

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