WALES/ENGLAND – Self-Represented Litigants

Papers by the CJC

A CJC working party has looked at how access to justice can be improved for individuals, known as litigants-in-person, who either choose not to have or cannot afford legal representation. Its report sets out a range of short and longer term practical recommendations aimed at addressing the problems faced by unrepresented litigants to help them resolve their disputes.

Report on Access to Justice for Litigants in Person – November 2011 (PDF 1.3 MB)

CJC News Release – 11 November 2011 (DOC 32 KB)

Working Party

Further information about the CJC Working Party which considered these issues and drafted the report.

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