Civil Justice offers a range of legal programs aimed at improving access to justice for Maryland residents. These programs include:
Economic Justice Program
Civil Justice Network attorneys provide representation to low and moderate income individuals under certain circumstances who have been the victims of fraudulent and unscrupulous practices by car dealers and finance companies or landlords.
Foreclosure Brief Advice Helpline
Civil Justice Network attorneys staff a self-help desk at foreclosure mediation sites and provide brief consultations to homeowners facing foreclosure.
Low Bono Foreclosure Mediation Program
Civil Justice Network attorneys provide reduced fee representation for low to moderate income homeowners at foreclosure meditations.
Homebuyer Legal Assistance Program
Civil Justice provides enhanced intakes and referrals to potential homebuyers who have legal issues that are hindering their ability to purchase a home. Barrier include poor credit scores (often caused by inaccurate information on credit reports), debt collection issues, and student loan debt.
Network Attorney Referral Service
Civil Justice provides referrals to its network of private attorneys who have a wide range of legal practice areas. These solo and small firm attorneys are dedicated to providing affordable and quality representation for traditionally underserved members of the public. Fees for representation are negotiated between the attorneys and the clients.
Student Loan Borrower Protection Project
Civil Justice provides free advice and legal assistance to low and moderate income individuals in Baltimore City struggling with student loan debt.
If you are unsure which program would fit your needs, you may complete an intake form to request assistance with your legal issue. Civil Justice staff will respond to your completed intake form within one business day.