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November 5, 2010

Andrew Bergh: More reasons not to represent yourself

Special to the Journal

There oughta be a law against pro se litigants.

For the record, “pro se” refers to someone who represents herself in a lawsuit. Since they usually have little or no legal training, one might think pro se parties would be a lawyer's dream opponent. After all, the bigger the mismatch, the easier to win the case — right?

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