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Human Trafficking Prevention Program Training Featured in the Baltimore Sun

The first Human Trafficking Prevention Project attorney training has been highlighted in the Baltimore Sun.

Now Hiring: 1B4J Paralegal

MVLS is looking to hire a paralegal to work specifically with our Workforce Development project, One Baltimore For Jobs (1B4J). As a paralegal, you would work with staff attorneys to review client intake forms and documents to create a case plan for job trainee clients, participate in on-site legal screenings of clients at job training [Read more.]

Oct. 4 – Celebrate Pro Bono 2017

Join Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS) on Wednesday October 4th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the American Visionary Arts Museum in Baltimore.

Daily Record Feature: MVLS and UB Law launch the Human Trafficking Prevention Program

MVLS is partnering with University of Baltimore Law to launch the Human Trafficking Prevention Program (HTPP). Learn more about this program through HTPP Project Coordinator Laurie Culkin’s interview with The Daily Record.

MVLS Volunteers and Nominees Recognized at PBRC Pro Bono Service Award Ceremony

At the Maryland State Bar Association Annual Meeting, MVLS volunteer attorneys and program partners were honored as award recipients at the PBRC Pro Bono Service Award Ceremony.

MVLS Research Featured in Baltimore Sun rent court investigation piece

An MVLS database developed by IT Director and Staff Attorney Matthew Stubenberg was utilized by the Baltimore Sun

Now Hiring: Development Coordinator

MVLS is looking to hire a Development Coordinator.

Introducing Third Thursday Webinars

We’re excited to announce our new free monthly webinar series on various topics to better support our pro bono attorneys.

MPT Discusses Tax Tips with MVLS Attorney Janice Shih

Maryland Public Television (MPT) featured Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic Attorney Janice Shih

Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore Awards MVLS with Grant

MVLS has received a generous award from the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore.