The usual rules and practices that lawyers employ in litigation change dramatically when they are no longer dealing with an attorney as an adversary. Enter the pro se litigant. As many pro se litigants have no legal background or very little legal exposure, litigating against such parties poses distinct challenges. An attorney must have a grasp of how to best address the unique challenges posed by pro se litigants so as to not increase any risk associated with such cases.
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