All attorneys licensed to practice law in Maryland have until February 15 to file their IOLTA and Pro Bono reporting forms.
Attorneys who file their reporting forms online will have the opportunity to make a donation to a legal services provider immediately after filing.
Last year, support from donors and pro bono volunteers helped Maryland Legal Aid serve more than 121,000 of the most vulnerable and marginalized among us, including abused and neglected children, victims of domestic violence, seniors and individuals with disabilities. Your contributions of time, talent and money help level the legal playing field for our neighbors in need.
For those who already support Maryland Legal Aid through pro bono service or donations, thanks so much!
Visit www.mdcourts.gov for pro bono reporting guidelines