- Baltimore City Charter, Code, and Public Local Laws
- Baltimore City Legislative Reference provides the Baltimore City Code, Baltimore City Charter and the Code of Public Local Laws of Baltimore City in pdf format.
- Bankruptcy Forms & Instructions
- The U.S. Courts - Federal Judiciary website contains official bankruptcy forms and some instructions for filing Chapters 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, and other debt-related instruments. For Maryland bankruptcy rules see the Local Rules of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland.
- The Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR), a compilation of Maryland State agency regulations, is available here and is searchable.
- Historical List of Maryland Government
chronological list of officials who have served in Maryland Government
arranged by office. Also includes some local government lists and has a
comprehensive index. This list is provided by the Maryland State
- Lawyer Referral and Information Service
- The Bar Association of Baltimore City's Lawyer Referral and Information Service is a statewide service, matching callers with private attorneys to meet their legal needs. This service is ABA Certified, but it is not pro bono. The website describes the areas of law covered, fees, and methods for requesting a referral.
- Maryland Access to Justice Commission
- The Commission acts to expand access to the quality of justice in civil legal matters for persons who encounter barriers in gaining access to Maryland’s civil justice system. Included on this site are links to forms and help for those who want to represent themselves in court.
- Maryland Code and Rules of Procedure
- A free website from Lexis/Nexis providing searchable access to the state laws of Maryland, and to the rules of procedure currently followed by state and federal courts in Maryland.
- Maryland Department of Transportation
not only controls motor vehicle matters but also aviation, the Port of
Baltimore, transit and highways. If it moves in Maryland this is the
place to start.
- Maryland Domestic Relations Legal Forms
- Commonly used domestic relations forms for name change, divorce, child custody and child support can be printed or downloaded from the Maryland Judiciary's website.
- Maryland General Assembly
portal for Maryland's legislature. Includes information and status of
bills, hearing schedules, how to contact legislators, and other pertinent information.
- Maryland Judiciary
- Information about the Maryland Court system (Orphan’s, District, Circuit, and Appellate Courts) and related agencies, including their locations, contact numbers, forms and fee schedules. Reported Maryland Appellate Court Opinions since 1995 are also available at this site.
- Maryland Judiciary Case Search
- Provides searchable access to basic data on all civil, traffic, and criminal cases occurring in the state after October 1, 2004. Cases from all District and Circuit Courts are included.
- Maryland Manual
Maryland Manual is the guide to Maryland government that also includes
local government and other information related to Maryland.
- Maryland Municipal Codes Online
- E-Codes: Municipal Codes on the Internet provides links to select Maryland Municipal Codes online. The Codes are organized through a table of contents structure and can also be searched by keywords.
- Maryland Municipal Codes Online - Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Frederick, Garrett and Montgomery Counties
- The American Legal Publishing Corporation maintains five up-to-date Maryland county codes that are not located at other online sites.
- Maryland Sister States Program
the Sister States Program as well as links to more information about
Maryland's ten Sister States. From the Office of the Secretary of
- Maryland State Law Library
- The Maryland State Law Library provides access to law-related information for the legal community, government agencies and the public. This site contains research guides for topics such as change of name and landlord-tenant law.
- Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service
- The Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service provides free (and in some cases low cost) legal representation to Marylanders with limited income. They also provide free legal help for community-based nonprofits that are working to strengthen low-income communities in Maryland.
provides a gateway to public services and information within and around
Maryland. It is also the official Website for the State of Maryland.
When trying find anything in Maryland government, this is the starting
- Notary Public
Office of the Secretary of State regulates and grants application for
Notary Public. Use this site for forms, renewals, name change or
searching for a notary.
- Office of the Maryland Attorney General
- Consumer complaints may be filed online with the Attorney General’s Office through this site. Information about initiatives to protect children, seniors, and consumers is made available here
- Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland - Legal Services Providers
- The Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland provides a list of legal services providers and local bar association pro bono projects throughout the state of Maryland. The site includes statewide programs, specialized programs, and local county pro bono services. Contact information is listed for each provider as well as a brief explanation about the services offered.
- Salary Classification for State Employees
Maryland Department of Budget and Management has provided the Salary
Plan that lists the job title, class code and salary information for all
classes within the State Personnel Management System.
- The People's Law Library
- Maintained by the Maryland State Law Library, the People’s Law Library contains legal information on many topics, such as bankruptcy, disabilities law, family law and welfare law. A directory of places to find free legal help is also available here.
- United States District Court for the District of Maryland
- Information for the Court's locations in Baltimore and Greenbelt, including the Court calendar, local rules, and recent decisions.
- Who are your Elected Officials?
you like to know who represents you in the Maryland General Assembly
and in Congress?All you need to know is the street address and zip code
of your residence to use the look up form to find your elected
officials. Also includes Baltimore City Council district information. A
service provided by the Maryland State Archives.
maintained by the staff of the
State Library Resource Center,
Enoch Pratt Free Library