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BCBA Lawyer Referral and Information Service Application

Current Panel Attorneys can access the Online Screening Schedule by


Rachel Ruocco, Lawyer Referral Service Director

410-337-9102 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 410-337-9102 FREE  end_of_the_skype_highlighting;

Please remember that Panel Attorneys are required to do four mandatory screening sessions in the Bar Associaiton Office between July 1st and June 30th. Also, Panel Attorneys are required to attach a copy of the cover page(s) of their professional liability insurance policy indicating the amount of coverage and the termination date of the policy each year upon renewal.

Rules for Panel Members must be signed and returned to the Bar Office with the completed registration form, and with a copy of the cover pages of your professional liability insurance policy. In order to continue to participate in the program, it is necessary that these documents be received in the Bar Association Office not later than June 30th for participation in Lawyer Referral Service for the coming year.

Panels are $15.00 per panel, except where otherwise noted, in addition to an annual advertising surcharge of $50.00.

If you sign up as a panel member of the Baltimore County Lawyer Referral Service, you will receive referrals based on case type and geographical location. We advertise this program in the Yellow Pages, on our website, and through other service agencies.

Shifts are available to panel members where they can screen calls in two-hour increments and take the case of their choice.

Any questions concerning the above information may be directed to Rachel Ruocco at the Bar Association Office (410-337-9102 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 410-337-9102 FREE  end_of_the_skype_highlighting) or

Panel Areas Of Law

Admiralty & Maritime
Business Litigation
Criminal Law
Employment Law
Family Law
Landlord-Tenant Law
Real Estate
Social Security
  Agency Law
Entertainment Law
Lemon Law
Military Law
Small Claims
Contract Law
Elder Law
Intellectual Property
District Court Cases
Worker’s Compensation