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Frosh, Barbera, Shah urge lawyers to do more pro bono work due to pandemic (access required)

Maryland’s top attorney and judge Thursday urged the state’s 40,000 lawyers to represent at least one low-income litigant for free or to volunteer hours of legal services during the next year to help the growing number of people facing bankruptcy, eviction, loss of public benefits and debt collectors due to the pandemic-spurred economic spiral. “The privilege ...

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