Civil Practice and Procedure in Maryland's District Courts

View this training via WEBCAST View on your device at a place and time convenient to you (expected to be ready to watch by early October).

This training is appropriate for experienced litigators who want to learn more about affidavit judgment and failure to pay rent cases AND for newer attorneys who want a comprehensive introduction to Maryland's District Courts. In exchange for this FREE training, attendees must commit to volunteer at three consumer protection or rent court clinics through the Consumer Protection Project (CPP) and Tenant Volunteer Lawyer of the Day (TVLD) Program within 1 year of training.

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Please enter all states where you are licensed to practice (including Maryland) and the year and bar number.  Attorneys not barred in MD must become specially authorized to practice pro bono in MD (contact Annie Speedie at aspeedie@probonomd.org for more information).




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