Small Steps Towards Big Goals

Small Steps Towards Big Goals

Other news in brief:

  • A new study (funded by the Nuffield Foundation) will start shortly in Northern Ireland on the impact of self-representation in the family and civil courts, led by Professor Grainne McKeever from Ulster University School of Law.
  • NuLaw Lab at Northeastern University School of Law is expanding its menu of interactive SRL video games with a new grant from the Legal Services Corporation. RePresent – a simulation of self-representation in small claims court, was “road-tested” before its launch in December 2015 by a group of Canadian SRLs from our NSRLP database.
  • NSRLP’s dogs attended the first Windsor Law Bring Your Dog to School Day on October 24th. Molly, Lucy, Quenn and Apollo brought their Access to Justice spirit to the canine gathering.


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  • Sandra Olson

    One thing crosses my mind. The use of summary judgements without discovery of evidence and the subsequent labelling of the self represented as vexatious is an abuse of the public by the courts. It is still happening. When are you going to take a stand to protect the rights of the public to access to justice. This illegal and immoral practice needs to stop and the cases where it was done need to be rectified Until this practice stops. You are talking. But having no effect.

    October 28, 2016 at 7:51 pm

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