Monthly Archives: February 2016

Dan Hatcher’s new book earns encomium from The New Yorker

Professor Daniel Hatcher‘s new book has received a glowing endorsement from Sarah Stillman, a staff writer for The New Yorker. The review is to appear on the jacket of The Poverty Industry: The Exploitation of America’s Most Vulnerable Citizens, which will be published by NYU Press … Continue reading

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Prof. Tiefer in Forbes: Without Scalia, what next for the court?

Hours after the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was reported on Saturday, Feb. 13, Professor Charles Tiefer published a column in Forbes.com, “How the U.S. Supreme Court Will Function Without Justice Scalia” The biggest question following Scalia’s death, Tiefer … Continue reading

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Law alumni turn out for 9th annual sports law symposium

Prominent football agent Tom Condon, J.D. ’81, of the Creative Artists Agency, and Pat Moriarty, J.D. ’08, the Baltimore Ravens’ senior vice president for football administration, were among the speakers at today’s 9th annual sports law symposium, “What Lawyers in Sports … Continue reading

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RSVP for the 9th Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference

RSVP here for the Center on Applied Feminism’s 9th Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference, “Applied Feminism Today,” to be held Friday, March 4 at the University of Baltimore’s Angelos Law Center (1401 N. Charles St., Baltimore 21201). Room to be … Continue reading

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Renee Camille Hatcher, CDC fellow, testifies before UN group

Renee Camille Hatcher, clinical teaching fellow with the University of Baltimore’s Community Development Clinic, spoke Jan. 21 at a Baltimore meeting of the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent. The United Nations team, on a 10-day … Continue reading

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Frederick Douglass moot court team takes top regional prize

This past weekend, the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Frederick Douglass moot court team, made up of Adam Shareef and Scott Chambers, defeated the University of Pennsylvania to win the Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition for the Frederick Douglass Moot Court … Continue reading

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9th annual sports law symposium set for Thursday, Feb. 11

The University of Baltimore’s Center for Sport and the Law — with the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Association — will hold a conference on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, titled “What Lawyers in Sports Really Do (and how I got … Continue reading

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