University of Baltimore School of Law
University of Baltimore School of Law allows students under supervision of faculty to provide the full range of representation to clients in most legal clinics offered. Clinic work includes interviewing, counseling, planning case strategy and appearing in court or before administrative agencies
University of Baltimore School of Law's clinics provide legal advice and representation to low-income clients in a variety of civil matters before courts and administrative agencies, including housing-tenant issues, unemployment, defense of contract claims, juvenile causes, guardianship, and public benefits.
A comprehensive list of clinics offered with contact information is available on the University of Baltimore School of Law's website. Legal clinics include:
- Saul Ewing Civil Advocacy Clinic
- Community Development Clinic
- Criminal Practice Clinic
- Bronfein Family Law Clinic
- Immigrant Rights Clinic & Immigrant Justice Clinic
- Innocence Project Clinic
- Legal Data & Design Clinic
- Mediation Clinic for Families
- Mental Health Law Clinic
- The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic
Program Contact email: email@example.com
Office days/hours: Varies by clinic
Intake days/hours (by phone): 410-837-5706, ask for the specific clinic you are interested in.
Cost or fee (describe): Free of cost for qualified individuals
Consumer: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Divorce: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Expungement: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Employment: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Guardianship: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Housing - General: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Housing - Landlord/Tenant: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
Immigration and Citizenship: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics
The University of Baltimore Low Income Taxpayer Clinic is an academic clinic operating within the Clinical Law Offices of the University of Baltimore School of Law. The clinic is not part of the Internal Revenue Service. We provide independent legal representation to taxpayers in disputes with the IRS.
The UBalt LITC is performing only electronic intake at this time. If you would like to be considered as a potential client, please fill out the intake form and e-mail it to Jaquetta Oram, Administrative Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you meet the financial eligibility requirements, you will be contacted for further intake processes.
Program Contact Name: Professor Janice Shih/Director
Program Contact email: email@example.com
Program Contact Phone: 410-837-5706
Online intake form URL: Intake Form
Employment: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics, Full Representation
Other Topics: Brief advice/Help with forms/Clinics, Full Representation
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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