Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PMPhone: 410.706.3295 Currently the Clinic does not have any type of "walk-in" consultation facilities, and we do not give legal advice over the phone. Since our attorneys are also students, our availability for assistance is dependent on the academic calendar. Our student attorneys work under the direct supervision of faculty members, and only on the cases that the faculty member assigns to them. We receive many of our cases from organizations such as Legal Aid and Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. The instructor of the individual clinic makes the determination to take a case based upon student enrollment and how many cases they already have on their docket for the semester. The Clinic considers all requests for assistance on a case-by-case basis. Aside from their time in the Clinical Law Program, University of Maryland Carey School of Law students are not licensed attorneys and cannot be retained to represent you in a legal matter. If we are unable to assist you with your matter, please consult the following public resources: American Bar Association – Find Legal Help Civil Justice, Inc. available for people with low and moderate income who have too much income to qualify for Legal Aid or MVLS. Attorneys available for a variety of civil legal cases. District Court Self-Help Centers Available in Baltimore City, Glen Burnie, Salisbury and Upper Marlboro District Courts. Find Law Maryland Free Legal Answers Maryland Legal Aid Maryland Legal Aid is the state’s primary provider of civil legal services to low-income persons. Maryland Legal Services Directory The Maryland People's Law Library Maryland State Bar Association, public legal resources & attorney referrals Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS) MVLS provides free or reduced fee representation to low-income individuals who have civil legal problems throughout Maryland. Public Justice Center (PJC) PJC is a civil legal aid office that provides advice and representation to low-income clients, advocates before legislatures and government agencies, and collaborates with community and advocacy organizations. Women’s Law Center The Women’s Law Center operates Family Law and Employment Law Hotlines, and also matches private attorneys with low-income individuals seeking representation in contested custody and other family law matters.