Volunteer Profile: Manuelletta Dominique

Manuelletta Dominique, Esq., MSBA Member; PBRC Volunteer Can you tell me a little about your career path?  I am a recently retired FBI Special Agent.  Prior to joining the FBI, I was a registered nurse and then an attorney.  Shortly after passing the bar, I was accepted into the FBI as a Special Agent.  I…

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Staff Profile: Susan Lerch

Susan Lerch, Staff Attorney for Courtroom Advocacy Project Susan came to PBRC in 2020. She is a Staff Attorney for the Courtroom Advocacy Project, PBRC’s limited-scope courthouse-based pro bono clinics for consumers and tenants in Baltimore City and Prince George’s County. She enjoys reading, gardening, cooking, and hiking.  Where did you grow up? Salisbury, MD. What…

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Volunteer Profile: Muriel Tinkler

Muriel Tinkler, Esq., MSBA Member, PBRC Volunteer Can you tell me a little about your own legal work? I started an Elder Law firm in January of 2020 (Tinkler Law LLC).  We work with clients who need estate planning and administration, Medicaid crisis planning, Medicare planning, long-term care planning, and guardianship. How has COVID-19 outbreak…

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Staff Profile: Katherine Davis

Katherine Davis, Esq.Courtroom Advocacy Project Director Katherine Davis came to PBRC in 2020. She is the Director of the Courtroom Advocacy Project, PBRC’s limited-scope courthouse-based pro bono clinics for consumers and tenants in Baltimore City and Prince George’s County. Where did you grow up? Kingsport, Tennessee What brought you to Maryland/Baltimore? I moved here in 2002 when…

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Staff Profile: Hamidah Famuditimi

Hamidah Famuditimi, Paralegal – Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP) Hamidah Famuditimi came to PBRC in the summer of 2020. She works on the Courtroom Advocacy Project, PBRC’s limited-scope courthouse-based pro bono clinics for consumers and tenants in Baltimore City and Prince George’s County. Before joining PBRC, Hamidah was a Sr. Legal Analyst at T. Rowe Price where…

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Volunteer Profile: William Meyer

William Meyer, Esq., PBRC Volunteer Can you tell me a little about yourself? I was a lawyer and business owner before retiring from the practice of law in 2018. I was a litigator at two Baltimore firms, and served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Maryland in the early 90’s. Toward the end of my…

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>> In the News: PBRC Volunteer Highlighted in The Daily Record

>> In the News: PBRC Volunteer Highlighted in The Daily Record “Chelsea Ortega has become one of the most respected consumer protection and class action attorneys in Maryland in less than seven years of practice while raising three young boys all under the age of six. She is a fearless, first-chair jury trial practitioner who…

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Staff Profile: Jade McDuffie McClary

Jade McDuffie McClary, Staff Attorney for the Home Preservation Project Jade McDuffie McClary came to PBRC in 2020. She works on the Home Preservation Project which recruits and trains pro bono attorneys to provide legal representation to low-income Marylanders at risk of losing their homes. Where did you grow up? Charleston, SC Where did you go to…

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PBRC Volunteer Profile: Cameron Williams

Cameron Williams, Esq. Government Attorney, PBRC Volunteer, PBRC Fellow Can you tell me a little about your private practice? I am a federal employee, and my legal career centers around transactional matters, primarily contract drafting and procurement. In my spare time, I tend to pursue pro bono opportunities that allow me to engage directly with…

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PBRC Volunteer Profile: Chelsea Ortega

Chelsea Ortega, Esq. MSBA Member, PBRC Volunteer Can you tell me a little about your private practice? We primarily represent consumers, including tenants’ rights cases. We also represent people who are being sued by debt collectors. We represent people both in individual cases and class actions, and we also do personal injury. What is your…

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