Handling Tax Sale Cases: Practice Tips & Perspectives from the Magistrate’s Office

Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM  |  View the training:

  • LIVE IN PERSON:  Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, 201 N. Charles Street, Suite 1400, Baltimore MD 21201
  • Via WEBCAST:  View on your device at a place and time convenient to you. You will be emailed access instructions by early March when the webcast is ready to view. 

Volunteer attorneys will hear practice tips from a panel of experts and a fellow pro bono volunteer on handling tax sale foreclosure defense cases, and the Magistrate’s Office will offer their perspective on these cases.  Volunteer attorneys who are new to tax sale are encouraged to view the on demand recording of “Tax Sale Prevention Basics in Baltimore City” before attending this training. This training, offered as part of PBRC's Home Preservation Project, is free to attorneys who agree to attend one Baltimore City tax sale prevention clinic and handle one pro bono case within one year of training. (Note: attorneys who are new to tax sale prevention and need access to the basic training webcast can do so, free of additional pro bono commitments.)  

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