Staff Profile: Cody Reed

Cody Reed is a Project Coordinator for the Home Preservation Project. Where did you grow up?I grew up in Chino Hills California, a suburb about 30 miles from Los Angeles, and went to school in Orange County. What brought you to Maryland/Baltimore?I have been working...

PBRC’s Board is Super!

Congratulations to the following PBRC Board Members for being recognized as 2019 Maryland Super Lawyers. We are so thankful they are part of the PBRC team, bringing legal services to those in need and coordinating pro bono efforts across Maryland. We wish them...

Victory for struggling tenants

On February 27, the Maryland Court of Appeals released their written opinion in Gregory Smith v Wakefield LP. At some point in the last few decades, landlords began converting residential leases, which have three-year statute of limitations, to “contracts under seal”...

Staff Profile: Elizabeth Grove

Where did you grow up? Until middle school I lived in Baltimore near Good Samaritan Hospital, in a row house.  Our front yards and back alley were always full of kids. It was a great because there were woods and streams nearby, and my brother and I had a lot of...

Celebrating Trailblazers

This month, PBRC celebrates African American trailblazers in Maryland’s legal community: Everett J. Waring and Juanita Jackson Mitchell. On October 10, 1885, Everett J. Waring became the first African American lawyer admitted to the bar of the Supreme Bench in...