Endnotes and Resources: Using Social Media to Suport Self-Represented Litigants and Increase Access to Justice


1  A list of courts that are using Twitter is available at http://twitter.com/#!/accesstojustice/courts-court-self-help-8.  To be added to this list, contact technolablog@gmail.com or @accesstojustice on Twitter.

2  A list of the self-help center Web sites is available at www.illinoislegalaid.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=directory.selfHelpCenterList

3  Wikipedia, “United States Air Force Web Posting Response,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Air_Force_Web_Posting_Response

4  “Increased Role for Judges in Assisting Pro Se Litigants,” Report on Trends in the State Courts, 1994-1995 Edition (Williamsburg, VA:  National Center for State Courts, 1996): 45-46. http://contentdm.ncsconline.org/cgi-bin/showfile.exe?CISOROOT=/ctadmin&CISOPTR=428


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