Law Week Colorado rounded up all the ABA formal ethics opinions released so far this year, providing a short summary of each.
The program hopes to increase access to justice in family law cases where 73% of Colorado litigants are self-represented.
The Colorado Court of Appeals published four opinions on May 26, including if a private school has tort duties to investigate and punish claims of sexual misconduct by students.
Looking at self representation in family law is a way to better understand the civil justice system, access to justice and new markets.
Pro bono legal clinics can help fill in access to justice gaps in rural Colorado for self-representing litigants.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled on notable cases including People v. Tafoya, McDonald v. People and Harvey v. Catholic Health Initiatives.
The Colorado Supreme Court on Aug. 16 agreed it will hear a case from pro se appellant James Woo, who alleges the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act violates his due process rights by barring his attempt to recover property seized during his arrest.