The Self-Represented Litigation Network is a national organization formed under the leadership of Richard Zorza, a former public defender, legal services attorney, and justice technology designer. He is also an avid blogger and a key player in the Access to Justice movement. Through SRLN, Mr. Zorza has created a rich network of resources, especially for those concerned with closing the justice gap. Over the last decade, the SRLN has made great strides in developing innovations, including strategic and empowering uses of technology, to improve the experience of self-represented litigants as they navigate the justice system.
Membership in SRLN is free, and signing up is easy. As a benefit of joining, members can register for email newsletters and enroll in a number of working groups, including the Forms & Technology group. If you are a legal system professional and would like to get involved, SRLN offers several options. Take a look at what SRLN can do for you and what you can do to improve the experience of pro se litigants.