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Maine Community Law Center Series, 2018

In the 2018 series, attorneys from Maine Community Law Center will provide informative workshops on immigration facts and fiction, Protection From Abuse Matters, Landlord/Tenant Issues and Ballot Issues: What do they mean? This series is brought to you by the Portland Public Library in partnership with the Maine Community Law Center. Free and open to the public, come one, come all.

 

 

Upcoming Events:
Jan10
Maine Community Law Center Series: Immigration: Fact or Fiction
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (5) Audience: Adults Karen Bay Fox, Esq will be talking about what is and isn’t true in the ongoing dialogue about immigration.
Mar07
Maine Community Law Center Series: Protection from Abuse Matters
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (5) Audience: Adults Petra Lee, Esq. would discuss Maine’s Protection from Abuse process, providing a roadmap for unrepresented plaintiffs in need of the Court’s protection.
May02
Maine Community Law Center Series: Landlord / Tenant Issues
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (5) Audience: Adults William Z. Adams, Esq. is addressing landlord/tenant issues. What happens when your roommate decides to leave the apartment? Do they have to keep paying the rent until someone new moves in?
Oct10
Maine Community Law Center Series: Ballot Issues: What do they mean?
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (5) Audience: Adults Matthew Richwalder, Esq. will present the ballot issues for the November 2018 election in a neutral way, presenting both sides of the issue.