Tag Archives: Self represented litigants

LSC Technical Issues Conference – home thoughts from abroad

The point of a conference report can sometimes seem unclear. If you were there, you don’t need it. And, if you weren’t, the proceedings – however riveting for those present- can seem more than a little distant. This is mainly for those not in New Orleans for the second day of the Legal Services Corporation … Continue reading LSC Technical Issues Conference – home thoughts from abroad

Legal Information and Digital Delivery: a venerable Australian institution poses the questions

 The Law and Justice Foundation of New South Wales has been one of the leading institutions in the global access to justice field for over 50 years. Perceptive foreign observers were heaping praise on it in the 1990s (see Legal Action Group, A Strategy for Justice, 1992 and Roger Smith, Shaping the Future: new directions in … Continue reading Legal Information and Digital Delivery: a venerable Australian institution poses the questions

Activists Speaking 7: Catrina’s Story – Catrina Denvir, Researcher

I am an empirical researcher in the field of legal services, technology and access to justice. I spent the last few years in Belfast as Director of the Legal Innovation Centre at Ulster University and am about to return to my native Australia to take up a position as Senior Lecturer at Monash University. I … Continue reading Activists Speaking 7: Catrina’s Story – Catrina Denvir, Researcher

Self Represented Litigants in England and Wales: the Litigants in Person Network

The increasing importance of the role played litigants in person within the English and Welsh courts has been recognised by the creation of an online litigant in person network. The aim is to provide an online platform for the range of people, organisations and institutions involved in seeking to address the issues raised by what … Continue reading Self Represented Litigants in England and Wales: the Litigants in Person Network