The rise of the self-represented litigant (SRL) has created an unprecedented disruption in the practice of law and the management of courts.
The Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN) began in 2005. It is a leading voice in the national movement for 100% access to civil justice. SRNL supports justice system professionals focused on the question of how best to reform ALL aspects of the legal system (courts, legal aid, the bar and non-legal partners) so that SRLs experience the courts (and indeed the legal system) as a consumer oriented environment guided by the principles of equal protection and due process.
SRLN is a resource center that provides toolkits, evaluation, implementation guidance and thought leadership. SRLN is a network that connects and supports reform minded leaders throughout the country. SRLN offers a geospatial data and analysis hub for the civil justice space.
For more info, see: www.srln.org