Self-Help Speeds Up

Carter, Terry
July 2001
ABA Journal;Jul2001, Vol. 87 Issue 7, p34
Explores the impact of pro se litigants on the justice system and courts. Role of the State Justice Institute in the increased number of self-represented litigants; Overview of rulings by courts on the constitutional right to represent oneself in court; Impact of the increased number of pro se litigants on lawyers. INSETS: Champion of Unbundling;Roadside Service.


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