SJI Reports Almost $4.7 Million Requested in 45 Self-Represented Litigation Concept Papers

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. . . SJI received 45 Concept Papers totaling $4,695,208 for the recent Strategic Initiatives Grants solicitation for self-represented litigation in the state courts. The Board will meet in April to finalize decisions on both grant awards for the 2nd quarter, and on the Concept Papers submitted to address self- represented litigation in the state courts.

While some of those who submitted concept papers may feel discouraged by the size of the applicant pool, this is surely good news overall.  It demonstrates the range of creativity and energy in those engaged in this work, and provides a powerful tool for those arguing for additional resources and attention for this work in a broad range of institutions.

Congratulations to all who submitted.

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I am deeply involved in access to justice and the patient voice movement.
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One Response to SJI Reports Almost $4.7 Million Requested in 45 Self-Represented Litigation Concept Papers

  1. martha says:

    Can’t wait to hear how it all shakes out.

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