Monthly Archives: May 2016

Joint UB-UM legal incubator highlighted in The Daily Record

The Daily Record highlighted the work of Maryland’s new legal incubator in a May 19 article, “New incubator program assists fledgling solo practitioners.” The incubator was launched in January as a project of the UB School of Law, the University … Continue reading

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Epps in the Times: Partisanship is imposed on the high court

Professor Garrett Epps contributed a comment today to The New York Times online, “Partisanship Is Being Imposed Upon the Supreme Court.” Begins Epps: “The nation’s political dysfunction, like a toxic flood, has fouled the historic courtroom at 1 First Street, … Continue reading

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Baltimore Scholar, incoming 1L is highlighted in The Sun

A May 18 Baltimore Sun story, “The unique roads of Baltimore college graduates,” highlights the experience of Herman Brown, a Morgan State University student who will begin as a 1L at UB in the fall. Brown is a 2015 Baltimore … Continue reading

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Law school to host veterans’ legal assistance conference

The University of Baltimore School of Law and UB’s Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic are among the organizers of the 8th Annual Veterans’ Legal Assistance Conference & Training. The event will be held June 3 at the John and Frances … Continue reading

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At commencement, Bright urges graduates to ‘stay engaged’

Stephen B. Bright, president and senior counsel for the Southern Center for Human Rights, delivered the commencement address for the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Class of 2016 on Monday. It was the law school’s 89th commencement. Bright began … Continue reading

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UB Innocence Project client is exonerated after 18 years

All charges were dismissed Wednesday against Malcolm Bryant, a Baltimore man serving a life sentence for the 1998 murder of a teenage girl, after DNA testing revealed he was not her killer. Bryant, 42, in custody since Dec. 1, 1998, … Continue reading

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Profs. Jaros and Anderson discuss next trial in Gray case

Professors David Jaros and Jose Anderson are quoted in today’s New York Times in a story about the forthcoming trial of Officer Edward Nero, one of six Baltimore police officers indicted last year in the death of Freddie Gray. Nero … Continue reading

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