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Training Will Cover:

  • Affidavit judgment lawsuits
  • District Court trial procedure
  • Common claims, defenses, and arguments in debt collection and debt buyer litigation
  • Negotiation strategies
  • Affirmative claims under state and federal consumer laws
  • Mock trial exercise

Participating attorneys must agree to one of the following pro bono options to be completed within one year of the training: 

  1. represent 2 consumer clients pro bono in debt buyer litigation; OR
  2. represent 1 consumer client pro bono in debt buyer litigation and give brief legal advice at 2 clinics hosted by the Consumer Protection Project.


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Malpractice insurance, access to mentors, email listserv membership and more will be available to attorneys taking pro bono cases.

Participating law students must agree to participate in 2 brief advice clinics hosted by the Consumer Protection Project.

For more information about the Consumer Protection Project, contact Nicole K. McConlogue, Esq., Consumer Protection Project Manager, at 410-837-9379 ext. 3054, 1-800-396-1274 ext. 3054, or nmcconlogue@probonomd.org


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