NSRLP Website Reaches 91 countries, 27,000 readers

The NSRLP website recorded a fantastic 27,000 views from no fewer than 91 countries in 2014. To put this number into perspective, 27,000 people would be 10 sold-out performances at the Sydney Opera House. The busiest day of the year with the most hits on the website (almost 800) was September 22, 2014, shortly after we released the Open Letter to the Canadian Judiciary https://representingyourselfcanada.com/2014/09/15/an-open-letter-to-the-canadian-judiciary-a-first-step-towards-a-dialogue-between-reasonable-people/ – this was also the most read blog of the year. The same week also [...]


De-Stressing Litigation: Working out the Kinks

A collaborative NSRLP/ Canadian Mental Health Association (Windsor)/ Ontario Court of Justice (Windsor)/ Canadian College (Windsor) project highlighted the stress and anxiety caused by self-representation. On Friday, January 9th a room in the Windsor courthouse was converted into a temporary massage therapy space for the afternoon. A group of Registered Massage Therapy students from Canadian College (including former NSRLP volunteer Cynthia Eagan) offered free mini-massages to SRLs in family court. Others in the courthouse, including court staff and lawyers, also took [...]

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