• This Week At JustAdvice Clinic


    Today’s session at Lexington Market is cancelled on account of the weather.

    Stay safe and warm. We apologize for any inconvenience and will reschedule all appointments for the next available session.

    If you were planning to walk in at Lexington Market, we will be back Feb. 11. We are also at the District Court, on Fayette and Gay, every Thursday.

    For our full schedule, please consult our flyer here: JustAdvice Spring 2014 Flyer

    To schedule an appointment:
    Please call us at 410–929–4809, or email us at JustAdvice@law.umaryland.edu, or consult the form available under the Contact Us tab.


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The JustAdvice® Clinic Visits Court of Appeals of Maryland

On November 1, 2013, the JustAdvice® Clinic got a special tour of the Court of Appeals of Maryland. Retired Judge Irma Raker provided our students with an in depth look as to how the Court works, from the clerk’s office to the conference room where the judges meet to discuss the cases. Students also received … Continue reading

Section 8 Housing

Section 8 Housing comes from the Housing Act of 1937, which allows for the payment of rental housing assistance to private landlords on behalf of low-income households. The largest such program is the Housing Choice Vouchers provided by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This program provides federal funding for low-income families, … Continue reading

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