Our good friend Brian Vukadinovich spent a half hour with MaryLynn Schiavi, the host of Pro Se Nation TV. In this wide-ranging discussion, Brian shared some gems about his own experience in the courts, along with smart advice to others going to court without a lawyer. Have a listen!
On the heels of a major victory in federal court, Brian Vukadinovich has learned enough to write a manual for the pro se plaintiff. This short but comprehensive manual is filled with helpful tips on the entire process of bringing a lawsuit to trial, and winning it. Is it difficult to represent yourself in court? Yes. Is it doable with the right preparation? Absolutely!
It will be a long time before Indiana’s Hanover Central High School fires a teacher again without good cause. They just lost a due process case filed by Brian Vukadinovich, a shop teacher they sent packing four years ago. He’s cost them a six-figure damage award, and he did it without a lawyer.
Brian Vukadinovich has been studying and practicing litigation for 30 years but never went to law school. He likes to sue his employers, and anyone else who crosses him. Now he’s been vindicated.