Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic

Organization Details

Address:
501 W. Baltimore St.,
Baltimore,
Maryland,
21201
Phone
410-706-7214
Email:
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Office days/hours
Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
Intake days/hours (walk-in)
Currently the clinic does not have walk-in consultation facilities.
Intake days/hours (by phone)
410-706-3295
Description of other
Please note that legal advice is not given over the phone. Availability for assistance is dependent on the academic calendar.
Cost or fee (describe)
Free of cost to eligible clients
Condition of waiver (describe)
The Clinic considers all requests for assistance on a case-by-case basis.
Eligibility-residence-county
Statewide
Eligibility-other
People living with HIV/AIDS
Program Description

The Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic provides free civil legal services to low-income people living with HIV to improve clients’ legal and health outcomes. The Clinic is a program of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law’s clinical program, which provides legal services to individuals, families and communities throughout Maryland and prepares law students for their legal careers.

Other Topics
Limited representation
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