Self-Represented Litigants Network (SRLN)

Organization website

Primary geographic focus: NATIONAL
Organization type(s): Research/Policy/Organizing
Acronym or short name: SRLN
Tags: Pro Se/Self-Help


News Story

Social Justice Hackathon brings real solutions to those in need of legal aid

Clare McGrane
GeekWire (Seattle)
February 3, 2016
One of the most basic needs for those engaging in the justice system has also been one of the most overlooked: access to proper legal aid.


Every year, millions try to navigate US courts without a lawyer

Lauren Sudeall Lucas, Darcy Meals
Associated Press (AP)
September 21, 2017
Without legal assistance, their issues will likely be unresolved or, worse, wrongly resolved against them.


Georgetown Prof Explains The Rise Of Nonlawyer Navigators

RJ Vogt
March 8, 2020
Each year, 30 million people lack legal representation in high-stakes civil court cases involving evictions, restraining orders, child custody and more. They do not have the statutory right to an attorney. If they cannot afford one, none is provided to them.

News Story

Going To Court Without A Lawyer Was Always Hard. The Pandemic Has Made It Much Harder.

Zoe Tillman
May 15, 2020

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