James E. McMillan of the National Center for State Courts has posted E-Filing Must Support the Self-Represented, Court Technology Bulletin, 8 September 2011.
This is the latest post in Mr. McMillan’s series, Eight Rules of E-Filing.
In this post, Mr. McMillan argues that e-filing systems implemented by courts in which large numbers of self-represented litigants appear must be designed for use by those litigants. Mr. McMillan then describes a number of court technologies that that enable self-represented litigants to file litigation papers online.
For more information, please see the complete post.
Tags: Access to justice, Court technology, Court Technology Bulletin, efiling, James E. McMillan, Jim McMillan, Judicial efiling systems, Law practice technology, Legal information services for pro se litigants, Pro se litigants, Self represented litigants, Technology and access to justice