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.]
MVLS will host an Expungement Clinic on June 26 from 5:00 – 9:00
Are you an MVLS volunteer attorney helping a client in a county that uses Maryland Electronic Courts (MDEC)? As MDEC is rolled out county by county, we want to make sure all MVLS volunteer attorneys are up to speed on how to use MDEC to electronically submit filing fee waivers. Current counties in which MDEC…
Join MVLS for an online expungement training. The training is free and there is no requirement to take any expungement cases. The training will be taught by Matthew Stubenberg and will go over the fundamentals of expungement law and how to use MDExpungement.com. March 28, 2017 1:00 p.m – 2:20 p.m. Register online for the training.
MVLS was recently contacted by Jane, a self-employed yoga instructor, writer, and editor. She unexpectedly lost most of her clients and faced long periods of unemployment. She lived with her fiancé, who was struggling financially, and his teenage son. By the time Jane contacted us, she was facing more than $14,000 in credit card and medical…
Thank you to all of our volunteers that took a case in September & October!
Learn about MVLS’ role in One Baltimore for Jobs (1B4J), a jobs initiative that aims to enroll residents citywide and strengthen partnerships to create a pathway to hiring at least 80 percent of workforce training graduates at an average hourly wage of at least $11. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-1b4j-20160710-story.html
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MVLS is excited to welcome Matthew Stubenberg, Director of IT and a Staff Attorney, who will assist clients with legal services focused on the area of expungement. Please click title to read more. MVLS – Matthew Stubenberg Press Release
“Project Household” Designed to Preserve Homeownership in Baltimore City – The Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Charitable Foundation awarded Maryland Legal Aid, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS), Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland (PBRC) and the Bar Association of Baltimore City’s Senior Legal Services program (SLS) grants totaling $1,377,111 over three years. These grants will…