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WELCOME to the first edition of Si_Mee_Collections NEWSLETTER.  We are a platform for professional women seeking shelter to liberate our accomplishments and motivate each other.


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How to Represent Yourself

 I want you to walk into the courtroom with confidence as a Pro Se litigant and that relates to your appearance.  Look the part!  That’s why I’m in love with Si_Mee_Collections because it is all about the impression you want to leave with other people.  This is not an awkward endorsement of the collection, but my honest opinion on the relationship of representing oneself in all situations.  You have to always ask the question - How do you want to represent yourself?  What are you showcasing to the world? This question is true whether you are in the courtroom or everyday life.
  
by M.Mack

The information presented is not legal advice and should not be acted on as such.

Lawyer-Up


While most will always prefer an attorney to represent them, that is not always an option for some.  The common term among the court and attorneys for those who represents themselves is “Pro Se”, a Latin phrase meaning "for oneself" or "on one's own behalf".  Get familiar with this term because that is what you will be called in court. 
Tip 1:  Going before a Judge.  As the saying goes, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”  This is not only in life, but this also applies to the courtroom.  Most judges are lenient when you represent yourself when it comes to the court rules.  However, there is an expectation from every judge that their courtroom is treated with respect and that includes your appearance before the judge.  I remember with pride my first year of law school when I purchased my first suit straight from Ann Taylor.  I swear, I think all the ladies in my law school went to the same store and purchased the same exact suit in black or dark navy blue, because we all looked like robots when we attended a law firm mixer with one of the biggest law firms in Philadelphia.  The mixer was such a big deal because this was a precursor to getting an interview for a summer associate position and law firms pay big even for the summer!  Here I am at this fancy mixer with all of my friends and we just blended together like one big boring blob of mini-drone wannabe attorneys with no personality.  I actually remember one of the female law firm partners asking if we all shopped at the same place...Embarrassing!  Now there was one person who stood out in the crowd.  To this day, I remember a 3rd year law student who had on a beautiful pink and brown tweed suit that was just stunning.  Guess who got an interview and hired as a summer associate?  Lesson learned - You can be still be professional and stand out in a crowd.  What did she do that the rest of us didn't do? Plain and simple, she represented herself with confidence.