Monthly Archives: October 2015

Attention 1Ls: Sum up your first semester in six words

For 1Ls only: In six words, describe your first semester at the UB School of Law. Submit your entry by Nov. 20 to ublaw6words2015@gmail.com. Upper-level students will select the three best entries. The successful students’ succinct summations shall be shared … Continue reading

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In book talk, Professor Emeritus Arnold Rochvarg describes heady days defending Watergate figure

Professor Emeritus Arnold Rochvarg gave an hourlong presentation to fellow faculty members Thursday, Oct. 29 about his most recent book, The Watergate Conspiracy Conviction and Appeal of Assistant Attorney General Robert Mardian. The e-book is available for purchase at Amazon.com’s … Continue reading

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How to help your fellow Baltimoreans as the holidays near

The holidays are approaching — which means it’s time to contribute to two food drives at the University of Baltimore. Every donation helps! Professor Barbara Babb, director of UB’s Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children and the Courts, … Continue reading

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Journal of International Law’s Nov. 5 forum to focus on the rapidly evolving landscape of global trade

Mark your calendars: The University of Baltimore’s Journal of International Law will hold a symposium on Thursday, Nov. 5, “The International Trade Landscape: TPA, TPP, TTIP & More.” The symposium will address the rapidly evolving landscape of international trade and … Continue reading

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POSTPONED: Structured settlements and predatory practices forum

This afternoon’s scheduled forum about structured settlements and predatory practices has been POSTPONED. Watch this space for information about a new date.

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Law Forum office renamed in honor of Prof. Richard Bourne

Professor Richard W. Bourne, who died last year, was remembered by colleagues and family members at an Oct. 21 ceremony to mark the renaming of the Law Forum office in his honor. Bourne died July 12, 2014, at the Pylesville, … Continue reading

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Weich, Tiefer quoted in Politico on Benghazi hearing

Dean Ronald Weich and Professor Charles Tiefer are quoted in two Politico articles about Hillary Clinton’s appearance today before the House Select Committee on Benghazi. In “Advice to Hillary Clinton: 5 pitfalls to avoid,” Weich, a former assistant attorney general … Continue reading

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