It Couldn’t Happen to Me

It Couldn’t Happen to Me

Jennifer Muller, former SRL, current A2J advocate

In our first ever episode, Julie talks with Jennifer Muller about her experience representing herself in the battle for custody of her child, and about her current work as an access to justice advocate. Plus, news about a surprising judicial retirement, friends in court in British Columbia, and a new resource for self-represented litigants.

In Other News Links:

American Judge Richard Posner retires, citing “difficulties” with the treatment of SRLs by the court system.

BC Provincial Court produces guidelines for SRLs on McKenzie Friends.

NSRLP releases latest primer for SRLs, “Reading and Understanding Case Reports”.

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Comments (3)

  • Barb Kueber

    Terrific podcast! Look forward to more.
    Only one comment (since I don’t want a moderation mishap :))

    I would argue, and be thrilled if you could prove me wrong, we have no right to health-care either.

    September 18, 2017 at 11:59 am
  • sandra olson

    Vancouver sun news, ian mulgrew wrote a story yesterdays edition, regarding the costs of jury trials and how the courts have said they are just fine. His description for them was rapacious. I agree. I felt I should comment. on this site you will see comments from someone clearly a lawyer, named nick, once again telling the public they need to get lawyers if they want to access justice, And the juries cost money because the judge has to take so much of his highly qualified time, to explain the tricky issue of the law to people with no experience . it seems we cannot get a break from this mantra. it is everywhere. comments?

    September 21, 2017 at 3:27 pm
  • William Reid

    One of the things that really stood out for me was when she said “How could this happen in my country?” Why is there not rioting in the streets over this? Where are the politicians? It a disgrace.

    September 24, 2017 at 11:58 am

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