Pro se, meaning ‘for oneself; on one’s own behalf’ is crucial to anyone who is chosing to walk the path of self-empowerment and Redemption – it is YOUR LIFE and YOUR PROCESS! -The material contained in this course material provided to the participants of a: Workshop of Judges of the Seventh Circuit at Notre Dame October 16-18, 1989 and presented by Honorable Allen Sharp, Honorable Gerald B. Cohen and Dean Ivan E. Bodensteiner will be invaluable to you in your future endeavors.
The material is laid out in a very easy to use format that explains the point of law being covered and then gives the corresponding citation covering the point of law, example: Evidentiary Rulings, 1. District court did not abuse its discretion in denying a pro se litigant the right to testify in his own case and in preventing him from questioning witnesses. Suson v. Zentih Radio corp., 763 F.2d 303, 308 (7th Cir. 1985).
There are also a number of pages that offer ‘Hypothetical Situations, a statement is made and then the appropriate answer is provided . . . very helpful information.