Tag Archives: Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland

Coe, three solos among PBRC honorees

The Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland announced the 2012 recipients of its Maryland Pro Bono Service Awards, honoring outstanding attorneys, non-attorneys and programs that have made significant contributions to the delivery of free civil legal services to Maryland’s low-income ...

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Baltimore, Prince George’s County get foreclosure funds

The Baltimore City and Prince George’s County housing departments will each get $10 million of Maryland’s nearly $1 billion share of the multibillion-dollar nationwide settlement with the five largest mortgage lenders over alleged foreclosure abuses, Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler ...

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PBRC to focus on debt collection firms

Protecting low-income consumers from unscrupulous third-party debt collectors will be a major priority of the Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland in the next year, the organization’s incoming president said Tuesday. John J. “Jack” Condliffe, who takes office July 1, ...

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On the move, legal edition: December 27, 2010

Jana Leslie has joined the Easton office of Miles & Stockbridge. She counsels clients on estate planning and estate administration matters, and tax issues relating to asset protection and long-term care, special needs planning, estate administration, and elder law. Leslie ...

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On the Move, 12/21: Mazur hired as senior advisor by Clifton Gunderson

Edward J. Mazur has joined Clifton Gunderson, a certified public accounting and consulting firm, as senior advisor for Public Sector Services, working in the Mid-Atlantic practice based in Timonium. Mazur has more than 35 years of experience as a governmental ...

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Towson law firm encourages pro bono work

Erika Alsid Short has volunteered hundreds of hours in the last six years on a death penalty case that has wound its way through the state and federal courts. So when she interviewed three years ago at newly formed Chason, ...

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