Resources & Program Recordings

Going to court can be an overwhelming experience both for landlords and tenants. This presentation will help build knowledge and confidence by guiding you through the process. In addition, this presentation outlines the various duties and obligations expected of both landlords and tenants and how to

When it comes to the sensitive topic of parents and children going to court, better knowledge of the court system and your rights help prepare you for the justice system and for any of its outcomes. This program will cover three topics of Family Court: Dependency, Divorce, Child Custody, and Child

This course illuminates the organization and procedures of the Pennsylvania Judicial System with the goal of bringing Pennsylvanians awareness of and confidence in their courts. It discusses the different subject matters of each court, knowing your way around the courtroom, how judges are selected

Constance Hope Long, Winner of PMC's 2022 Law Student Writing Competition

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“I literally have covid. And because there is absolutely no way to contact anybody about my court date I have to go into the building with covid and speak to somebody. So to make it clear tomorrow

PMC's fifth annual Spring into Action Benefit was held on May 3, 2022. This benefit used a hybrid format. The in-person location was the Allegheny County Law Library in Pittsburgh.

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PMC presented the Judge Justin Johnson Award to Judge D. Brooks

Going to court can be an overwhelming experience both for landlords and tenants. This presentation will help build knowledge and confidence by guiding you through the process. In addition, this presentation outlines the various duties and obligations expected of both landlords and tenants and how to

This presentation navigates the process of dealing with a relative’s estate and will after death, the many documents required for completion, and where to go to file the documents. It includes topics such as Guardianship, Wills and Disputes relating to Estates, Trusts, and Charities.

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The Constitution of Pennsylvania, like that of the United States, was designed to ensure our future as a republic, or in Madison’s words, a government in which all power comes directly or indirectly from the people. The separation of powers and

In this presentation, we will navigate the process of dealing with a relative’s estate and will after death, the process and many documents required for completion, and where to go to file documents. It includes topics such as Guardianship, Wills and Disputes relating to Estates, Trusts, and

Criminal matters involve very high stakes for anyone involved. Developing knowledge of the criminal process beyond TV dramas is vital for an individual’s ability to advocate for themselves and for others in their community. This presentation will provide a comprehensive look at Criminal Court from