Bibliography on Self-Represented Litigants
The NSRLP , directed by Dr. Julie Macfarlane, Faculty of Law of the University of Windsor, describes itself as a clearinghouse for resources, research data, new initiatives, training materials and other information that affects and reflects the SRL phenomenon.
From the Resources page:
"The bibliography includes writing in academic journals, newsprint and on the web as well as government reports on the SRL Phenomenon. This edition builds on the bibliography we produced for participants at the Dialogue Event in May 2013 and has been significantly updated and expanded."
"The bibliography has two sections: Section A includes material from Canada and Section B from the US and other jurisdictions. Each entry is kited in an initial table of contents and is summarized in a few short paragraphs. Of course the bibliography is searchable by key words and terms."
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