Book mark contest 2019

Judiciary art contest encourages peaceful resolution of conflicts

The Maryland Judiciary is asking students to use their artistic talents to help promote peacemaking during its 14th annual bookmark art contest. The contest is open to Maryland students in grades K-8 to help celebrate national Conflict Resolution Day on Thursday, Oct. 17. Read more.

Constitution Day

Celebrate Constitution Day: September 17

In honor of Constitution Day on Sept. 17, the Maryland Judiciary has updated an interactive webpage to help students and citizens learn more about our system of government, the Constitution of the United States, and Maryland’s Constitution with links to educational websites and online games. Visit the Judiciary’s Constitution Day webpage.

Gavel and Books

CPF assessment, pro bono and IOLTA reporting deadlines for attorneys

Maryland attorneys must file pro bono and IOLTA reports by September 10, and must pay the annual CPF assessment by Oct. 10 to avoid a late fee. Read more.

Warrior Canine

Veterans Treatment Court program breeds camaraderie, connection

Veterans share their experiences inside Baltimore City’s unique court program. Watch the video.

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My Laws, My Courts, My Maryland: A video library for the self-represented

Have a legal problem and don’t know where to begin? The Judiciary’s Self-Help Video Library can help you get started. Learn more.