Jim Greiner at Harvard (the prof who did the randomized studies in Massachusetts) is trying to find samples of courts who attach notices or flyers to summonses or other early-in-the-litigation-type papers that say something to the effect of, “If you think you might need legal help and cannot afford an attorney, call _______” or “contact __________” or “go to this website: _______.”
The idea is to try to persuade other courts around the country to include these notices or flyers or whatever to try to direct people to the right place.
Could anyone who knows of a court that does this sort of thing email Jim at jgreiner(at)law.harvard.edu? If you happened to have a copy of the notice the court sends out and can attach it to the email, all the better! Thanks!