Youth Homelessness: What Lawyers Need to Know

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This training provides an understanding of youth homelessness (local statistics, causes, experiences of youth), cultural competency for working with youth experiencing homelessness, and an overview of HPRP's Homeless Youth Legal Network pro bono initiative. Attorneys taking the training will need experience in one or more of these areas: child custody, identity theft, consumer debt, name and gender changes, connecting with foster care, or private landlord-tenant law.

Tell us about yourself! Please type full names and addresses as you'd like communications to be addressed.

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Work Address (if any)

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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 for more information).

The following question is specific to this pro bono project.
Experience for this project:  In which of the case types (listed in the drop-down menu) do you have enough experience to take a case without assistance?  For each area you choose, please indicate your years of experience and about how many such cases you’ve handled, and include any comments.

The following question is general in nature.  It helps us understand your broader goals and experience, related to training and pro bono service.
General interest and experience: Please list areas in which you have experience and how many years experience you have in each area. (Add as many as you like.)

Please enter all spoken languages, your fluency level, and whether you are willing to volunteer to interpret or translate. (Add as many as you like.)