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Meet Noah Patton, the 2016-2017 Linda Kennedy Fellow

The 2016-2017 Linda Kennedy Fellow, Noah Patton, is a second-year student at the University of Baltimore School of Law. “I saw the listing for the Fellowship and thought, Wow, this for my exact skill set!” Noah said. His goal for … Continue reading

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MD Access to Justice Commission to raise profile of civil legal aid

Earlier this week, the Maryland Access to Justice Commission brought together 60 people from Maryland’s civil legal services programs to discuss raising awareness of civil legal aid around the state. The meeting was hosted by the University of Baltimore School … Continue reading

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HPRP honors our volunteers

HPRP honored its top six volunteers at a reception earlier this week at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Two outstanding attorneys, an outstanding law firm and an outstanding company, and two outstanding volunteer law students were presented original … Continue reading

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Baltimore district court inaugurates new veterans treatment docket

  A new court docket to help veterans opened in Baltimore City district court earlier this week that will be focused more on rehabilitation than incarceration. “The District Court of Maryland in Baltimore City plans to launch a veterans treatment … Continue reading

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Volunteering at the NAACP expungement clinic

HPRP is collaborating with the NAACP Satellite Office for expungement intakes and attorney meetings (three are scheduled over the summer).  The office, located in Sandtown-Winchester, opened in response to the events around Freddie Gray’s death. Matt Stegman is a University … Continue reading

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Meet Owen Bement, HPRP volunteer and law student

Owen Bement, a first-year student at the University of Baltimore School of Law, volunteers a few hours a week at the HPRP office, where he helps with office work such as organizing volunteers’ files and calling clients. “I definitely believe … Continue reading

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