Title IX Campus Sexual Assault Proceedings: Attorney List

Title IX Campus Sexual Assault Proceedings: Attorney List​

Below is a list of attorneys (also known as lawyers) you may contact to find representation for a Title IX proceeding you are involved in.  The attorneys on this list are limited to charging $100 per hour for their services and these fees may be paid by MHEC upon application by the attorney.  Every attorney on this list has attended training on representing students in Title IX proceedings.  It is in an attorney’s discretion as to whether they agree to represent you, subject to their availability.  If they agree, you will need to sign a retainer agreement (contract) with the attorney.  If they do not agree, you can contact other attorneys on the list.  You are not guaranteed an attorney from this list.

MHEC does not recommend or endorse any attorney, law firm, or legal services agency on this list.  Per COMAR, 13B.09.01.06 ​MHEC is not liable for any acts or omissions of the attorney, the law firm, or the legal services agency.  If you have a complaint about your attorney, please contact the Attorney Grievance Commission.  Information on the Attorney Grievance Commission, including instructions on filing a complaint, is available he​re.

Students may also retain an attorney, not on this list.  Attorneys not on this list may also seek a fee reimbursement for up to 20 hours at $100.

This list was last updated on May 2023.  Additional attorneys will be added to the list as attorney registration forms are received and processed.  

For more information on how to be added to this list. 

Information on reimbursement procedures.​ 

Please contact MHEC at TitleIXproceedings.mhec@maryland.gov for further assistance.

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