How We Help
PBRC connects lawyers and others to meaningful pro bono opportunities based on their substantive interests and geographical preferences. Lawyers can volunteer in many ways across Maryland – from direct representation and giving brief advice at legal clinics to answering calls on a hotline, serving as a volunteer mediator, or assisting with research and writing projects. Other advocates can interpret for lawyers and clients, volunteer at clinics, do intakes, and assist volunteer lawyers with direct representation. Click a button below to get trained or register to get matched with an opportunity.
Maryland Immigrant Legal Assistance Project
Volunteers needed to help immigrant children and families fleeing violence in their home countries gain access to critical legal assistance with their valid claims to remain in the United States. Includes opportunities appropriate for non-lawyers who speak a second language, and lawyers licensed to practice in any state.
Tenant Volunteer Lawyer of The Day Program
Volunteer lawyers needed to provide limited scope, day-of-court pro bono representation to Baltimore City tenants being sued for nonpayment of rent.
Volunteer lawyers needed to provide legal representation to low-income Marylanders at risk of losing their homes. Lawyers can assist in the areas of estate planning, utility bill assistance, and tax sale prevention.
Consumer Protection Project
Volunteer lawyers needed to provide limited scope, day-of-court pro bono representation to Baltimore City and Prince George's County consumers who have been sued by creditors in district court debt collection actions.
Volunteer in the areas of debt defense, estate planning, eviction prevention, immigration, tax sale prevention, or utility bill assistance.
Pro Bono: Anywhere, Anytime!
Remotely review and answer brief legal questions for low-income Marylanders as part of this ABA-sponsored initiative. Malpractice insurance provided
Available Pro Bono Cases
PBRC polls Maryland pro bono programs to connect volunteers to available cases across the state. Sign up to receive the E-Bulletin, a bi-weekly email containing these cases as well as other pro bono opportunities.