When Worlds Collide

Real life legal research problems are rarely neat and tidy, or confined within the boundaries of one area of law. Client situations often require research into inter-related aspects of family and estates law, criminal and civil law, or employment and immigration law, for example. So, where can you find practical resources to meet this research challenge?  Continue reading “When Worlds Collide”

Directory helps self-represented litigants find legal assistance

The National Self-Represented Litigants Project (NSRLP) has initiated a number of successful access-to-justice projects and resources over the past 5 years, including the increasingly useful National Directory of Professionals Assisting SRLs. Continue reading “Directory helps self-represented litigants find legal assistance”