How to Assist Litigants in Person – our Strategy Meeting on 6th Sept 2012

Today we came together as a group to strategise where we want to go. Before we decide to take cases on behalf of victims of white collar crimes They tend to have to act as Litigants in Person due to lack of funds. We need to assess it according to certain ground rules:

  1. we need to decide whether the person is fit enough to be in court or requires some counselling, before representing themselves as a Litigant in Person
  2. we need to produce a chronology of the case as a summary for trained legal professionals
  3. we need to decide on the desired outcome of the legal remedies and procedures available.

Together, we have experienced a long list of ‘malpractice’. We are therefore determined to improve our competence such that we can confront a system of paid professionals that is far too overwhelming to tackle on our own.

We’ve now got a good Steering Group and some people even believe that we’re on to a winner!…

Onward & upward!


About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is
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6 Responses to How to Assist Litigants in Person – our Strategy Meeting on 6th Sept 2012

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  2. wakemanclare says:

    whys it took the goverment so long to want famillies back together after so many poor little souls have been lost //well ok lets see what you got to help us get our babies back for xmas //me and millions want to see action not words

  3. Pingback: How to Assist Litigants in Person – our Strategy Meeting on 6th Sept 2012 | wakemanclare

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