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Limited Scope of Representation Conference in Maryland


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Dave Pantzer writes about his attendance at a Maryland conference on “Building an Effective Limited Scope Practice in Maryland:

What I learned at the “Limited Scope” conference 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-i-took-away-from-marylands-2016-limited-scope-dave-pantzer

On Friday, October 14, the Maryland Access to Justice Commission and Maryland State Bar Association Section on Delivery of Legal Services presented a conference on “Building an Effective Limited Scope Practice in Maryland.”

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