The Maryland Legal Services Corporation (MLSC) was established in 1982 to raise funds and make grants to nonprofit organizations for the provision of civil legal assistance to low-income Marylanders. MLSC is principally funded by Interest on Lawyer Trust Accounts (IOLTA) and surcharges on court filing fees.

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MLSC 2014 Awardees and Contributors

Awardees14-eOver 200 people attended the Maryland Legal Services Corporation (MLSC) 2014 Annual Awards Reception on December 8 at the Grand Historic Venue. MLSC thanks our guests and contributors for their generous support of the work of MLSC. See more about awardees and contributors.

Access to Justice Commission gives Special Recognition Award to MLSC & Board Member Judge White honored as Judge of Year

 
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District Court Chief Judge John P. Morrissey, Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Pamela J. White, MLSC Executive Director Susan M. Erlichman, District Court Judge Mark F. Scurti, Maryland Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera

IOLTA Compliance

If you are a lawyer in private practice in the state of Maryland, you must place all eligible client trust funds into an IOLTA account.

IOLTA Honor Roll Banks

IOLTA Honor Roll Members voluntarily pay premium interest rates on IOLTA in support of civil legal services for low-income Marylanders.