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Courtroom5 provides free resources and a curated list of others to give you a leg up on your case:
- Whether you’re plaintiff or defendant, the U.S. Constitution recognizes your right to represent yourself in court and to petition government on your own behalf. Embrace this right with the principles of our pro se manifesto, The Courts Are Ours. We give meaning to this right by providing support and advocacy through our blog, in our community, and with our services.
- If your case is already in court, it’s important to recognize where your stand. Litigation flows from a complaint to potentially an appeal, and there are decisions to be made at each step. Understand the flow of litigation and find your place in the stream.
- Finding credible and authoritative sources for research — called curating — takes time and skill. Our Legal Research Links are curated by a librarian for the needs of pro se litigants. These helpful sources are a good place to start your legal research.
- Though every lawsuit is unique, some steps in the litigation process are constant. Legal Templates and Samples presents an overview of the general steps in a lawsuit, including samples of common filings and document templates you can download.
For more advanced resources and support, use Courtroom5 to manage your litigation process. It’s stocked with tools to help with your pleadings, research, strategy and other litigation-related tasks.
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