COVID-19 has shaken the lives of Marylanders in many ways. Check out answers to frequently asked questions about workers' and tenants' rights.
Every year, the state of Maryland spends about $10 million to station police in public schools across the state, in addition to millions more spent at the county level. However,…Read More
PJC advocacy calls for greater responsiveness to worker complaints and development of COVID-19 workplace safety standards.Read More
This fall, we said thank you and farewell to 2019-2020 Murnaghan Appellate Advocacy Fellow Dena Robinson. During her year at the PJC, Dena’s advocacy spanned a variety of cases that…Read More
Baltimore's new right to counsel in eviction law will help families remain in their homes and have their voices and concerns heard and addressed through the court system.Read More