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Covid-19 Impact on Civil Justice, Inc's Services - March 13, 2020

Civil Justice, Inc. is committed to continuing our services to Marylanders who need legal assistance.   In an effort to continue our work, while maintaining the well-being of our staff, Civil Justice staff will be teleworking beginning Monday, March 16, 2020.  We do not anticipate an interruption of services to our programs, but this is an evolving situation.  Any additional updates will be posted to our website and social media accounts.  


Nonprofit to hold Loan Discharge Clinic for Former ITT Tech Students
Baltimore Business Journal, September 27, 2016

So You Want to be a Consumer Protection Lawyer
MSBA Bar Bulletin, Mary 12, 2016

LEAP launches solos and bridges the justice gap
The Daily Record, March 7, 2016

Sub-prime lender sued over ignition interlock
The Daily Record, December 15, 2014

Helping ease students' debt load
The Daily Record. December 2, 2014

An underserved debt (Commentary)
The Baltimore Sun, July 14, 2014

State's foreclosure mediation lacks teeth, advocate say
The Baltimore Sun, December 30, 2013

How Maryland robs its most vulnerable children
Op-Ed by Daniel Hatcher, The Baltimore Sun, October 14, 2013

It's morning again in Maryland
Op-Ed by Mike Pretl, The Baltimore Sun, October 11, 2013

Md. Foreclosure Loan Program Ending
WBAL-TV, September 20, 2011

O'Malley, Rawlings-Blake Testify at Foreclosure Hearing
Maryland Daily Record, March 8, 2011

Senate Panel Takes up MERS bill, others
Maryland Daily Record, February 16, 2011

Legislating Limits on Mortgage Electronic Registration System
Maryland Daily Record, January 17, 2011

Post-Foreclosure Challenge Came Too Late
Maryland Daily Record, December 16, 2010

Gansler: Victim Compensation Fund is Speculative
Maryland Daily Record, November 17, 2010

Clinic Joins Foreclosure Motions
Maryland Daily Record, November 2, 2010

False Signatures Cloud Maryland Foreclosure Cases
The Baltimore Sun, October 12, 2010