Pro se definition

Pro se means a person proceeding on the person’s own behalf without legal representation.
Pro se means without an attorney.

Examples of Pro se in a sentence

  • Pro se litigants shall conventionally file paper originals of all pleadings, motions, affidavits, briefs, and other documents which must be signed or which require either verification or an unsworn declaration under any rule or statute.

  • Pro se plaintiffs must comply with Rule 8 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure which provides that a complaint must contain Aa short and plain statement of the claim showing that the pleader is entitled to relief.

  • Pro se pleadings filed in civil rights cases are liberally construed and held to a less stringent standard than formal pleadings drafted by lawyers.

  • O R D E R ¶ 1 Held: Where the record shows plaintiff was dismissed from her job for repeatedly violating her employer's tardiness policy, she was discharged for misconduct, and the Board of Review's final administrative decision denying her unemployment insurance benefits is affirmed.¶ 2 Pro se plaintiff Yelena Pravich appeals from an order of the circuit court affirming a final administrative decision by defendant, the Board of Review of the Illinois Department of Employment Security (the Board).

  • Pro se inmates are allowed to attend the Law Library for two (2) hours once each day (midnight to midnight).

More Definitions of Pro se

Pro se means in one's own behalf. A person is represented pro se in an administrative proceeding when acting without legal counsel or other representation.
Pro se means "for oneself" or "on one's own behalf." A supplemental pro se brief is the product of the party himself or herself, and not of the attorney representing the party.
Pro se means self-representation in a Commission proceeding without representation by an attorney.
Pro se means proceeding on one’s own behalf without legal representation.
Pro se means a party who represents himself or herself and is not represented by an attorney.
Pro se means not represented by a lawyer.
Pro se means a person who is not represented by an attorney.