A free, two-part “brown bag” program designed to help non-lawyers find legal resources on the Internet will be held on Wednesday, March 23 and Wednesday, April 20. Both presentations will begin at 12 noon in the Hawaii Supreme Court conference room at 417 South King Street, second floor.
The program is being presented by the Hawaii Supreme Court Law Library as a public service. The guest speakers, who are law librarians with the Supreme Court Law Library, cannot provide legal advice or respond to specific questions relating to a particular court case.
During the presentation on March 23, online legal references from Hawaii and other sources that self-represented litigants have found helpful will be identified. The primary focus of the April 20 presentation will be online legal resources specific to Hawaii.
Members of the public are welcome to attend one or both presentations. Each session is expected to last an hour. For more information, contact 539-4964 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSVPs are NOT being taken as attendance is on a “first come, first served” basis.