Civil Practice and Procedure in
Maryland’s District Courts

- Recorded on 9/24/2018 -

Civil Practice and Procedure in Maryland’s District Courts (2)

View the training online anytime.  You will be emailed the training link within 1 business day of registering.

This training is appropriate for:

  • Experienced litigators, who want to learn more about affidavit judgment and failure to pay rent cases, and
  • Newer lawyers who want a comprehensive introduction to Maryland’s District Courts.

Topics Covered:

  • History, jurisdiction, and overview of Maryland’s District Courts;
  • Practical information about lawyer codes, court forms, clerk’s offices, and online resources;
  • “Walk through a case” – a brief review of Title 3 of the Maryland Rules, with deeper dives into key issues;
  • Consumer law application:  Proceeding in affidavit judgment cases;
  • Landlord-tenant law application: Proceeding in FTPR (failure to pay rent) and rent escrow cases; and
  • Next steps for pro bono service in Maryland’s District Courts.

This free training is co-sponsored by Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, the MSBA Young Lawyers Section, and Veritext Legal Solutions.

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Questions? Contact the CAP Team at CAPTeam@probonomd.org