Attorneys Build your Practice by Volunteering
Through your help, CLS provides assistance in matters involving family law, domestic violence, foreclosure prevention, consumer issues, bankruptcy, wills, guardianship of adults or children, landlord/tenant, unpaid wages, and other non-fee generating legal matters. With your professional help, we provide legal education, advice and free or reduced fee legal representation to low-income persons in Prince George’s County.
Perhaps you are unable to provide legal representation at this time. CLS provides brief advice to litigants who are not represented by a lawyer. You can choose to volunteer a whole day, half day or perhaps a few hours on a particular day that you are in the courthouse. You will benefit from your volunteering. It helps you build your private practice (we send clients with higher incomes to our volunteer lawyers), and you set your own time and schedule.
You can get started by completing our volunteer attorney intake form, or contacting our Executive Director Jessica A. Quincosa at 240-391-6532 ext. 4.
Family Law Clinic for the Self-Represented
Provide brief advice to unrepresented litigants
Circuit Court for Prince George’s County
Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday: 9 a.m. – 12 noon only
Brush up on your Spanish
Volunteer in our Latino Community Family Law Clinic or Workers’ Rights Clinic
Langley Park Multi-Service Center
1401 University Blvd East
Langley Park, MD 20783
To participate please contact:
We provide free training for volunteer interpreters.
Questions and resumes should be directed to: