Katherine Alteneder has been the Coordinator of the SRLN (Self-Represented Litigation Network) since September 2013. She has a background in legal services, the courts and private practice. After clerking for a trial court judge, Katherine worked at Alaska Legal Services Corporation, initially handling DV matters and later as the Aging Grant Coordinator. In 2001, Katherine joined the Alaska Court System to develop the statewide Family Law Self-Help Center, which resulted in the nation’s first virtual self-help center. Operating solely through telephone and Internet capabilities, the Center was also one of the early TIG grantees. In 2008, Katherine moved to private practice, establishing a successful unbundled practice supporting self-represented litigants in Alaska, and helped to create the first Unbundled Law Section of a state bar. Katherine has been an active member of the Network since 2002, participating in Working Groups, writing and presenting at conferences. Katherine now resides in Arlington, VA.