Tag Archives: SelfRepresented

Court Is Critical Of Self-Represented Party After 17 Year Divorce

It might be easy enough to assume that the complications of a divorce trial end when a decision is issued. However, a recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice shows us that sometimes, the end of a trial … Continue reading

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Reports on Self-Represented Litigants in Canadian Courts

The website Slaw.ca has published an article on Self-Represented Litigants in the Courts: How They Are Shaping the Jurisprudence: "What happens to a system of expert legal adjudication when in some courts, up to three in four litigants are advocating … Continue reading

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Self-Represented Parties and Sharp Practice by Counsel – Should We Be Thinking Differently?

War is the means by which nation states have sometimes resolved their differences. Litigation is the means by which people in our society sometimes resolve their differences. In both cases, there is value in prescribing the rules of engagement. As … Continue reading

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Conversation Between Julie Macfarlane and Woody Mosten about Unbundling and Self-Represented Litigants

Recently, I did a post about a new book that Forrest (“Woody”) Mosten co-authored about unbundled legal services. Woody just sent me a link to a podcast conversation he had with our friend, Dr. Julie Macfarlane, the director of the … Continue reading

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