I have recently heard of a fine use of the Self-Represented Litigation Network’s Best Practices Document.
The Texas Access to Justice Commission is using the document as the basis of an access innovation kit for Texas.
They are going through the Best Practices document and identifying all the practices that are already in place in Texas. Then, for each of these, they are gathering resources and materials for a component of an overall kit.
I like the idea of using the document as the basis of an inventory, and then pushing those ideas for which there is already an in-state example.
For further information, contact: Trish McAllister, Executive Director, Texas Access to Justice Commission.
Does anyone else have innovative ways of using the Best Practices? Please share in the comments.