The deadline for reporting pro bono hours is fast approaching – tomorrow! The time of year for Maryland lawyers to report their pro bono hours to the judiciary has changed. Maryland attorneys must pay annual CPF assessment and file pro bono and IOLTA reports by September 10. For more information please see the judiciary’s news release dated August 26, 2019. Attorneys must complete their reporting and may pay their assessment using the Attorney Information System (AIS)
With the change of the pro bono reporting date the Anne Arundel County Annual Pro Bono Recognition Lunch was held in June instead of February. Judges, court staff and local pro bono attorneys attended the Annual Pro Bono Recognition Lunch in the Law Library on June 20, 2019. Click here to see the list of pro bono attorneys honored at this year’s event: Program 2019.