510 West Baltimore Street
Suite 360




Law students practice under supervision of law school faculty and provide legal representation to low-income clients in family law matters before district, circuit and appellate courts. Child custody, child support, divorce and protection from domestic violence.

The Immigration Clinic represents individuals in immigration proceedings before the Immigration Court and USCIS in Baltimore. Student attorneys represent clients who are fleeing persecution in their homelands and seeking asylum in the US, individuals in danger of being deported because of criminal convictions, and individuals who have been the victims of domestic violence or other crimes.   In addition, the clinic has a number of cases that have challenged abusive enforcement practices by the government. 

UMD Immigration Clinic and World Relief Baltimore Immigration Clinic co-sponsor a project that provides free consultations to individuals who are in removal proceedings before the Baltimore Immigration Court.  The project is sponsored and hosted by the Clinics and staffed by experienced volunteer immigration attorneys from around Maryland. Consultations will be held on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month at the Carey School Clinical Law Office. Arrive between 9 and 9:30 AM.

Immigration consultation clinics are walk-in, 1st and 3rd Friday of every month at the Carey School Clinical Law Office. Arrive between 9 - 9:30 AM. No appointment necessary.

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