the term pro se is used as both an adjective and an adverb when referring to something that you do on your own behalf. It is often used to refer to people who present their own cases in court without lawyers or other representatives. Due to her experience in the field, the Harvard Law School professor proceeded as a pro se defendant in the case involving real property.
- litigant in person
- There has been a big rise in pro se litigation in Virginia.
- The types of cases typically involving pro se litigants include landlord-tenant, traffic, and family law.
- This can delay the administration of justice for both represented and pro se parties.