Above the Law
AboveTheLaw.com takes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of law. The site provides news and gossip about the profession’s most colorful personalities and powerful institutions, as well as original commentary on breaking legal developments. Above the Law is published by Breaking Media.
Richard Cornforth's Pro Se Website
Richard Cornforth as been very good on empowering pro se’s, still does seminars around the country to educate the average guy about the law
Citizens Justice Association
The Citizens Justice Association is a non-profit organization designed to educate non-lawyers in law techniques of legal research, pleadings, and self-representation. The Association also stands for making our courts user-friendly and combating legal and government abuse. The Association will be training the public in the methods needed to expose and challenge the dysfunctional bureaucracy and court system. The Association was founded by Boston lawyer David Grossack, who is the author of How to Win a Lawsuit Without Hiring a Lawyer.
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