Reports / Studies

  1. John M. Greacen, Resources to Assist Self-Represented Litigants; A Fifty-State Review of the "State of the "Art", Michigan State Bar Association (June 2011), available at

  2. John M. Greacen & Kevin Stinson, Report on the Programs to Assist Self Represented Litigants of the State of Alaska (Oct. 11, 2004). 

  3. John M. Greacen, Self Represented Litigants and Court and Legal Services Responses to Their Needs: What We Know, Center for Families, Children & the Courts, California Administrative Office of the Courts, available at (click on 'search' in the upper right hand corner and enter the report title). 

  4. Paula Hannaford-Agor & Nicole Mott, Research on Self-Represented Litigation: Preliminary Results and Methodological Considerations, Just. 24 Sys. J.163 (2003), available at

  5. Beth M. Henschen, Lessons from the Country: Serving Self-Represented Litigants in Rural Jurisdictions, American Judiciary Society (2002), available at

  6. Bonnie Rose Hough, The Future of Self-Represented Litigation: Report From the March 2005 Summit: Evaluation of Innovations Designed to Increase Access to Justice for Self-Represented Litigants at 109 (2005), available at's/FutureOfProSe.pdf.

  7. Judicial Council of California, Model Self-Help Pilot Program: A Report to the Legislature (Mar. 2005), available at Judicial Council of California, Model Self-Help Pilot Program: A Report to the Legislature (Mar. 2005), available at

  8. Judicial Services Division Administrative Office of the Courts, An Analysis of Pro Se Litigants in Washington State 1995-2000 (undated), available at

  9. Kevin Lane, Is the Long Beach Self-Help Center Meeting the Family Law Needs of the Court and the Community? Institute for Court Management, Court Executive Development Program, Phase III Project (May 2004), available at

  10. Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Steering Committee on Self-Represented Litigants, Addressing the Needs of Self-Represented Litigants in Our Courts: Final Report and Recommendations (Nov. 21, 2008), available at

  11. New Hampshire Supreme Court Task Force on Self-Representation, Challenge to Justice: A Report on Self-Represented Litigants in New Hampshire Courts (Jan. 2004), available at

  12. Jessica Pearson & Lanae Davis, The Hotline Outcomes Assessment Study: Final Report - Phase III: Full-Scale Telephone Survey, Center for Policy Research (2002), available at

  13. Ronald W. Staudt and Paula L. Hannaford, Access to Justice for the Self-Represented Litigant: An Interdisciplinary Investigation by Designers and Lawyers, 52 Syracuse L Rev 1017 (2002),

  14. Wisconsin Pro Se Working Group, Pro Se Litigation: Meeting the Challenge of Self-Represented Litigants in Wisconsin (Dec. 2000), available at