Statewide Conference on Self-Represented Litigants - Thursday, March 16, 2006

To find materials from a certain workshop, click on a title below:

I A How to Help Prepare Litigants for Hearings and Trials
I B Providing Services to Non-English Speaking Litigants
I C How to Start a Self-Help Center
I D What's the Latest on Unbundling and How You Can Work With Your Bar to Encourage It
I E The Impact of Self-Help Centers on Caseflow Management
I F Effective Courtroom Communication: Improving Comprehension, and Compliance by Self-Represented Litigants
II C Operation and Expansion of Self-Help Center Services
II D Self-Help Is Not for Everybody: Planning with Local Bars, Lawyer Referral Services and Legal Services Programs to Provide a Continuum of Service
II E Staffing and Personnel Issues Including Volunteers (How to Get and Retain the Right People)
II F Pro Per Days - Getting Support in the Courtroom
II G Triage - Figuring Out How to Get People to the Right Service


I A How to Help Prepare Litigants for Hearings and Trials

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I B Providing Services to Non-English Speaking Litigants

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I C How to Start a Self-Help Center

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I D What's the Latest on Unbundling and How You Can Work With Your Bar to Encourage It

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I E The Impact of Self-Help Centers on Caseflow Management

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I F Effective Courtroom Communication: Improving Comprehension, and Compliance by Self-Represented Litigants

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II C Operation and Expansion of Self-Help Center Services

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II D Self-Help Is Not for Everybody: Planning with Local Bars, Lawyer Referral Services and Legal Services Programs to Provide a Continuum of Service

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II E Staffing and Personnel Issues Including Volunteers (How to Get and Retain the Right People)

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II F Pro Per Days - Getting Support in the Courtroom

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II G Triage - Figuring Out How to Get People to the Right Service

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