Please note that Sherri Renner is now dedicating her time and other resources to furthering the missions of
LawYou America and Pursuing Justice Foundation.
Although she is no longer accepting or handling any full representation matters,
Ms. Renner can be contacted at email@example.com or (352) 519-1430.
- attended high school and college, raised a family, and established businesses in Palm Beach County, Florida,
- attended Florida Atlantic University, graduating summa cum laude with a major in Political Science and a minor in Criminal Justice, and
- attended Stetson University College of Law where she served as a member of the Stetson Law Review, among other activities, and graduated with multiple honors and awards.
While a member of the Florida Bar, Ms. Renner …
- litigated varied cases involving local governmental entities and general civil matters
- provided general legal counseling to governmental entities and small businesses
- served as an adjunct professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University for the 2008-09 and 2009-10 academic years, where she taught Business Law I and II
- consulted with website owners and operators concerning legal requirements for website accessibility, and
- helped bridge the “access-to-civil-justice gap” by coaching non-lawyers who represent themselves in court.
Sherri Renner is the owner and developer of LawYou America, LLC, which …
- serves both pro se litigants and the courts by helping nonlawyers represent themselves in court,
- began in 2007 as a volunteer-based legal consultation service to families in the West Palm Beach inner city, and
- has since grown to reach people across the country.
Through her work with self-represented litigants, Ms. Renner learned that lack of funds to pay the normal expenses of litigation contributes to the disadvantages pro se parties experience, and so founded Pursuing Justice Foundation, Inc., which …
- is a Florida not-for-profit corporation with s. 501(c)(3) tax-free charitable status
- will be funded in part through proceeds from LawYou America,
- will provide grants to pay litigation expenses, such as court reporters, and
- will help pay attorney law coach fees.