Employment Opportunities

EVICTION PREVENTION COUNSELOR

Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP)

The Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, Inc. (PBRC) is seeking a bright, highly organized, and self-motivated individual to join the Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP) which focuses on assisting those who cannot afford to hire lawyers with free legal help. The Rent Court Administrator is responsible for assisting the CAP Director with administrative tasks, data management and collection, and scheduling. This is a full-time hybrid position.

HOUSING AND CONSUMER STAFF ATTORNEY

Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP)

The Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, Inc. (PBRC) is seeking a bright, highly competent and conscientious attorney with a commitment to public interest lawyering to join its Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP). CAP is an innovative, highly effective pro bono program providing day-of-court, limited scope representation to consumers and tenants in district court with the support of staff and volunteer attorneys. The CAP staff attorney is expected to develop an expertise in tenant and consumer advocacy in district court and to recruit, train, and mentor CAP volunteer attorneys. Because the CAP staff attorney will staff and coordinate multiple courthouse-based pro bono clinics per week, the ideal candidate for this position thrives in a fast-paced, sometimes varying work environment, enjoys representing clients in court multiple times per week, and is a cooperative, reliable team-player and self-starter. Applicants should be passionate about advocating for the rights of low-income consumers and tenants and enthusiastic about the opportunity to develop an expertise in limited scope, day-of-court legal triage and representation in district court.  

 

HOUING AND CONSUMER STAFF ATTORNEY (PART-TIME)

Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP)

 

The Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, Inc. (PBRC) is seeking a bright, highly competent and conscientious attorney with a commitment to public interest lawyering to join its Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP). CAP is an innovative, highly effective pro bono program providing day-of-court, limited scope representation to consumers and tenants in district court with the support of staff and volunteer attorneys. The CAP staff attorney is expected to develop an expertise in tenant and consumer advocacy in district court and to recruit, train, and mentor CAP volunteer attorneys. Because the CAP staff attorney will staff and coordinate multiple courthouse-based pro bono clinics per week, the ideal candidate for this position thrives in a fast-paced, sometimes varying work environment, enjoys representing clients in court multiple times per week, and is a cooperative, reliable team-player and self-starter. Applicants should be passionate about advocating for the rights of low-income consumers and tenants and enthusiastic about the opportunity to develop an expertise in limited scope, day-of-court legal triage and representation in district court.  

Part time (20 hours/week) exempt position.

 

RENT COURT ADMINISTRATOR

Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP)

The Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, Inc. (PBRC) is seeking a bright, highly organized, and self-motivated individual to join the Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP) which focuses on assisting those who cannot afford to hire lawyers with free legal help. The Rent Court Administrator is responsible for assisting the CAP Director with administrative tasks, data management and collection, and scheduling. This is a full-time hybrid position.

PBRC engages and supports the Maryland legal community in meaningful and impactful volunteer service to ensure equal access to justice for those in need.