Monthly Archives: November 2015

Don’t miss it! Alumni holiday happy hour is set for Dec. 9

  Don’t miss the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Alumni Holiday Happy Hour on Wednesday, Dec. 9! The special event will take place from 5-7 p.m. at Fells Point’s fabulous Bond Street Social (901 S. Bond St., Baltimore 21231). … Continue reading

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In Sun, Weich discusses ‘individualized justice’ in Gray case

Dean Ronald Weich contributed an op-ed to The Baltimore Sun, “What constitutes ‘justice’ for Freddie Gray?” Weich’s article appears just before the first of six Baltimore police officers is scheduled to be tried in connection with Freddie Gray‘s death in … Continue reading

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10 UB alums named leaders in law by The Daily Record

Congratulations to our alums for being named Leaders in Law by The Daily Record! Ten of the 27 honorees are University of Baltimore School of Law graduates: Andrew I. Alperstein, J.D. ’93 Alperstein & Diener P.A. Denise M. Bowman, J.D. ’90 Alexander … Continue reading

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Law school is host to 20 judges from Nanjing, China

The University of Baltimore School of Law is host to 20 judges from the People’s Intermediate Court of Nanjing, China. The judges arrived on Nov. 16 and will be at the law center until Nov. 30. The judges are studying … Continue reading

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Young Lawyers Alumni Council kickoff draws 100+ alums

The kickoff event for the newly formed Young Lawyers Alumni Council drew more than 100 young UB law alums to Bookmakers in Federal Hill on Tuesday Nov. 17. John Baber, J.D. ’14, the group’s executive committee chair, addressed the alumni, … Continue reading

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Retiring librarian Bob Pool feted for 41 years of service

Law librarian and helpful colleague extraordinaire Bob Pool was celebrated by colleagues and friends Wednesday afternoon as he prepares to retire after 41 years at the University of Baltimore. Pool began work as a librarian in the Langsdale Library in … Continue reading

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Prof. Elizabeth Keyes on TV: States don’t control refugee flow

Professor Elizabeth Keyes, director of UB’s Immigrant Rights Clinic, appeared on ABC2’s “In Focus” program Tuesday evening Nov. 17 to discuss Gov. Larry Hogan’s request that the federal government halt the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the state until it … Continue reading

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