District Court

Affidavit Judgment Defense in District Court

Date: 
Thu, 11/20/2014 - 9:00am - 1:00pm

This pro bono training will cover affidavit judgments in Baltimore City, how to know when a client could or should file bankruptcy, and an overview of contract litigation issues including: auto repossession, bail bonds, credit cards, homeowners' associations, landlord/tenant, medical debt, and student loans. 

Participating attorneys must submit a $25 non-refundable fee and attend 4 brief advice clinics hosted by the Consumer Protection Project at the Baltimore City District Court within one year of the training. 

Location
Location Name: 
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Address1: 
500 W. Baltimore St.
City: 
Baltimore
State: 
MD
Zip: 
21201
Contact
Name: 
Nicole K. McConlogue
Phone: 
443-703-3054
Sponsor: 
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service and Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland

PJC's new hours at Baltimore City district court (housing cases)

**Apologies for cross-posting**

Allow me to plug what should be a helpful resource to walk-ins/callers who rent in Baltimore City:

PJC’s housing team is now on site at the Baltimore City district court (501 E. Fayette St.) five days a week. Our certified paralegal (Levern Blackmon) and attorneys (Matt Hill, Ronnie Reno, Zafar Shah) are available to meet with tenants – first come, first served – on the second floor, Room 203, from 8:30AM to 2:00PM each day. We can be reached at court, (410) 878-8664, or otherwise at PJC’s main office, (410) 625-9409.

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