Representing Yourself in Court ("Minnesota Law, Presented by Moss & Barnett")

It is true that a lawyer representing herself or himself has a fool for a client, but does the same hold true when non-lawyers go to court without an attorney? Taylor Sztainer, who served as a judicial clerk in state court and is now a member of our litigation team, has had a chance to observe many individuals attempt to represent themselves. Taylor addresses the legal right to go into court alone and also shares her first-hand experience with mistakes that non-lawyers make when they handle their own legal disputes. She covers the newly emerging trend called "bundling" of legal services, which provides for less costly, but only partial representation, by an attorney.