COVID-19 has shaken the lives of Marylanders in many ways. Check out answers to frequently asked questions about workers' and tenants' rights.
Court sends strong message that providing an interpreter to people with limited English proficiency is essential to ensuring asylum applicants receive due process.Read More
Justice for Breakfast discussion - September 2021. Presentation by Maria Roumiantseva, Associate Coordinator, National Coalition for a Civil Right to CounselRead More
In this op-ed, PJC attorney Sally Dworak-Fisher and Legal Director Debra Gardner call for Maryland to adopt a fee-shifting statute to level the playing field and help ensure justice isn't…Read More