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. Hard copies will be available at the law center after Oct. 6. Law alumni will receive the print magazine in the mail.
Pictured on the cover are (from left) Myshala Middleton, J.D. ’10, of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney Office and Becky Kling Feldman, J.D. ’02, of the Maryland Office of the Public Defender. They were photographed in front of Courthouse East in Baltimore.
This year’s magazine, which begins with a letter from Dean Ronald Weich, focuses on the law school’s role in Baltimore. The cover story – “Giving Their All” – profiles nine alumni who give back to the city through their jobs and volunteer activities.
Also featured is a story about Professor Byron Warnken, who, after 40 years at the head of UB’s storied moot court program, recently handed over the reins to Professor John Bessler. (Never fear, Warnken continues to teach at UB!)
Another article is devoted to three award-winning 2015 law grads, Meredith Cipriano, Jermaine Ryan Haughton and David Shafer.
The magazine also includes a roundup of 2014-15 events at the law center, as well as alumni news, notes on faculty scholarship and activities, and a donor report. A donation envelope is included in the print magazine.
Professor Elizabeth Keyes rounds out the publication with an essay about immigration reform and the experiences of Rose, an undocumented immigrant from the Caribbean whose teenage daughter was born in the United States and attends school in Baltimore.
We hope you enjoy the magazine. Please forward any comments or requests to Hope Keller, the law school’s director of communications and the magazine’s editor.