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Volunteer Profile: Sue Atkins, Esq.

By Nataly Karimi | October 27, 2022

I’m from Baltimore and returned to Maryland after attending law school in California. I work as an attorney for the Social Security Administration. It’s been very important to me to have a job that allows me the flexibility to also do pro bono work. I volunteer with MILAP, providing brief legal advice in the Baltimore…

Staff Profile: Madonna Lebling, Esq.

By Nataly Karimi | October 13, 2022

I was born in Montgomery County, Maryland, then moved to Anne Arundel County when I was eight years old. Aside from a few out of state ventures, I have lived in or near Annapolis most of my life. After working in Washington DC most of my adult life, I came to Baltimore for law school…

Volunteer Profile: Sara Gross, Esq. & Hanna Sheehan, Esq.

By Nataly Karimi | October 13, 2022

Hanna Sheehan (HS): I’m a lifelong Marylander – grew up here, went to school here, and lived here my entire life. I chose to stay in Maryland because I wanted to continue to live in my home state and be involved in the community where I live. Sara Gross (SG): I’m the Chief of the…

Volunteer Profile: Deb Salim, Esq.

By Nataly Karimi | September 30, 2022

I am from Baltimore. My husband’s job moved us to Memphis, TN, where I was a Black Belt instructor for 10 years. Fortunately we were able to move back home to Baltimore and I was able to attend University of Baltimore. I work as a general counsel for Maryland Pediatric Cardiology Center. I work with…

Josephine M. Bahn, Esq.

By Nataly Karimi | September 28, 2022

I’m a construction and commercial litigator-but only recently switched roles.  When I started at Cozen O’Connor in January, I was completely new to the construction side of things.  It’s been interesting to learn a new area of law-and challenging to say the least, but the support I’ve gotten at Cozen O’Connor has been really impactful…

Staff Profile: Bill Mojica

By Nataly Karimi | September 26, 2022

Baltimore, MD I have lived here my entire life. I went to Towson University. My major was Psychology. I have been an assistant football coach at Calvert Hall College HS for over 18 years, and coached recreation sports with my kids for 11 years. I also play drums in a local band, KARMA. I worked…

Intern Profile: Estefani Calle Argueta

By Nataly Karimi | July 25, 2022

I grew up in Guayaquil, one of the biggest cities in Ecuador, and graduated from high school there. I lived there for 15 years, until I came to the U.S. in 2016. I knew I wanted to come to the U.S. to pursue my higher education, and I wanted to stay near my family. My…

Staff Profile: Liz Twigg

By Nataly Karimi | July 14, 2022

In my free time, I enjoy volunteering at Hidden Harvest, an urban farm in Greenmount. It’s a beautiful place to spend time, as well as a great community resource. I also enjoy biking and exploring the city. My role at Hidden Harvest encouraged me to want to learn more about the fight for justice and…

Staff Profile: Liza Woods

By Nataly Karimi | July 14, 2022

Liza Woods joined PBRC in 2022 and serves as the Data Entry Specialist of the Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP). Liza is responsible for inputting, organizing, and maintaining the project’s data and client records and helping to ensure grant compliance. She also assists with client intake and rental assistance referrals for at-risk tenants. Where did you…

Staff Profile: Tyler Pollock

By Nataly Karimi | May 19, 2022

Tyler Pollock joined PBRC in December 2021 as a Paralegal for the Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP). Tyler helps with the Tenant Volunteer Lawyer of the Day Program as well as the Consumer Protection Program by assisting clients with questions and paperwork, supporting and volunteers, as well as organizing client data. I grew up around the…