Monthly Archives: September 2015

New ‘Baltimore Law’ magazine is available online

Check out the Fall 2015 issue of Baltimore Law, the annual magazine of the University of Baltimore School of Law. It can be accessed here as an electronic flipbook.┬áHard copies will be available at the law center after Oct. 6. … Continue reading

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Article details Jess Emerson’s anti-trafficking work in clinic

The work of Jessica Emerson, J.D. ’13, clinical teaching fellow in the Saul Ewing Civil Advocacy Clinic, is the focus of a Sept. 23 Daily Record article, “Law students join anti-trafficking efforts at UB Law clinic.” Emerson has worked for … Continue reading

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Constitution Day Conversations: Join Dean Weich, professors and guests in moot courtroom at 5 p.m.

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Tax Clinic featured in Baltimore Sun education section

The University of Baltimore School of Law’s Tax Clinic was featured in a Baltimore Sun education supplement on Sept. 6. The story, “Social Justice: Changing minds and communities,” begins with an anecdote from clinic director John Snyder III: “On April … Continue reading

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Panel discussion at law center celebrates the publication of Judge Lynne Battaglia’s ‘Finding Justice’

The Angelos Law Center was the site of a panel discussion on Tuesday, Sept. 8 to mark the publication of Finding Justice: A History of Women Lawyers in Maryland since 1642. Edited by Maryland Court of Appeals Judge Lynne A. … Continue reading

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Assistant Dean Rebecca Bainum secures child’s ability to stay lawfully in U.S. with mother

Breaking (and excellent) news: On Sept. 4, Assistant Dean Rebecca Bainum secured the ability of a┬áCentral American child to stay lawfully in the United States with her mother. Bravo, Rebecca! See email below from Professor Elizabeth Keyes, director of the … Continue reading

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Prof. Epps on Kentucky county clerk: Find another job

Saying she was acting “under God’s authority,” Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples on Tuesday, hours after the Supreme Court refused to back her position. The brouhaha at the Rowan County Courthouse, which … Continue reading

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