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See also the Maryland General Assembly web site.
N ote The code is not available at any official web site (except for the legislature s on-line version, which is hardly usable; it is linked under Additional Resources below), but a version provided by LexisNexis is available.
Maryland Rules of Procedure and Practice
Maryland Administrative Law Sources
Maryland Ordinances and Home-Rule Charters
Maryland Law-Related Periodicals
Other Maryland Commentary
Maryland Law-Related Topical Web Sites
Maryland Court Information
Other Maryland Resources
¶ Workers Compensation Agency Contact and Staff Contact Information [Robert W. McDowell / North Carolina Industrial Commission]
Legal Research and Assistance
- Legal Aid Bureau The Legal Aid Bureau has been providing free civil legal services in Maryland for low-income people, children and the elderly since 1911.
- Maryland Legal Help for the Poor [Am. Bar Ass n] Contact information for statewide and local legal-aid programs, from the ABA s Directory of Pro Bono Programs. The ABA also provides a page of links to pro bono programs web sites.
- Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service This service matches experienced lawyers with low-income individuals who need legal help on personal matters in civil cases (not criminal cases). There is no charge for legal services for individuals who meet income-eligibility requirements.
- Peoples Law Library of Maryland [Maryland State Law Library] This is a legal information and self-help website maintained by the Maryland State Law Library, a court-related agency of the Maryland Judiciary, and supported by Maryland s non-profit legal services providers. This site provides provides information on Maryland and Federal law affecting low- and moderate-income Marylanders and their families. The public can find help using this site at outreach centers and law libraries throughout the state. The site includes a page titled How Do I Evaluate My Situation.
- WomensLaw.org Sources of Legal Help [WomensLaw.org (N.Y.)] Sources of legal help (not limited to legal help for women) include statewide domestic-violence resources, local domestic-violence resources listed by city or town, free or low-cost legal services, and lawyer referral services.
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