Founded Sept. 24, 1911, Maryland Legal Aid has helped hundreds of thousands of low-income Marylanders, the elderly, and abused and neglected children with their critical civil legal needs. But Legal Aid’s efforts to balance the scales of justice weren’t done ...Read More »
Tracey J. Coates has been hired as an associate by Paley Rothman, of Bethesda. Coates will join the firm’s family law practice group, representing individuals in domestic relations matters, including premarital agreements, divorce and separation, child custody, child support modification, ...Read More »
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Wilhelm Joseph, executive director of the Maryland Legal Aid Bureau Inc., spoke to The Daily Record staff about the state of legal services. He discussed how they are managing in a down economy, how legal aid tries to maximize the impact of its resources and the rights he believes all people are entitled to.Read More »
While a wide abyss may separate the theoretical from the practical in some areas of the law, that’s not the case at the University of Baltimore’s Center on Applied Feminism, which keeps its feet firmly planted on the ground. “This ...Read More »
The Daily Record’s top stories this week were led by our legal affairs reporters, and included several cases. One article told the story of a school aide who contracted the HIV virus after being bitten by a student; another dealt ...Read More »