Estudiante de la Escuela Clinton completa un estudio sobre litigios autorepresentados en Arkansas

Clinton School student Chanley Painter recently partnered with the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission to examine the prevalence and impact of self-representation in Arkansas civil courts.

The project involved gathering and analyzing data from county courthouses and developing and conducting a state-wide survey of Arkansas circuit court judges, culminating in a detailed final report describing the methodology and research findings.

“I am very excited about sharing this work with our stakeholders,” said Amy Johnson, Executive Director of the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission, “and I am hopeful that this will lay the groundwork for future research that will aid the Commission in identifying and addressing the civil legal needs that are going unmet.”