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Every weekend, “Represent Yourself – The DIY Lawyer Blog” will drop five of the best and most informative links on you here from around the blogosphere.  We won’t necessarily order them in terms of quality and importance.  Our goal is simply to drop the knowledge while it is hot; how you use it to make yourself a better advocate for yourself and what you believe in, is up to you.  Check it out.Legal Talk Network: Famed trial lawyer Gerry Spence, at 80, dispenses some common sense in this podcast.

ABA Journal Law News Now: Last summer the ABA surveyed its readers and came up with the top 100 law blogs, some of which you may find very useful.

ABA.ORG: The organization has a new website with lots of goodies for the DIY Lawyer.

Nolo: Nolo is one of the DIY Lawyers’ best friends as they accomplish their mission to make legal information more accessible to the public. At least twelve of their books can be read on-line for free including the foreclosure survival guide.

NJ.Com:  Every once in awhile it really isn’t you, it’s the court that’s unfairly messed up. In Linden a judge served as prosecutor and jury a little too obviously.

About the Author
Rhinold Ponder is the managing partner at Ponder Tuck Ponder, an aggressive firm which emphasizes litigation in consumer issuers and bankruptcy protection for debtors. Rhinold is also an accomplished artist and speaker on issues of consumer rights. He also operated The DIY Lawyer blog which focuses on redistributing justice and democracy by empowering through information sharing and education.

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