Monthly Archives: July 2016

Study-abroad students flip their wigs over formal Scots courts

The summer study-abroad program in Aberdeen, Scotland, got the notice of the Faculty of Advocates, the organization of the Scottish bar, which posted an article on its website about the students’ recent visit to the Faculty and Parliament House in … Continue reading

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Middle school scholars get a taste of law school for a morning

More than 20 middle school students taking part in Higher Achievement Baltimore’s six-week Summer Academy gathered Friday morning at the John and Frances Angelos Law Center for a discussion of professional ethics, moot court arguments and discussions with UB law … Continue reading

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Study-abroad students take a tour of Aberdeen’s Town House

Catherine Moore, coordinator of international law programs, sends news from Scotland, where 14 University of Baltimore law students are taking part in the annual study-abroad summer program in Aberdeen. The students toured the city’s Town House with John M. Reynolds … Continue reading

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Green on the brightening employment outlook for law grads

Assistant Dean of Law Career Development Jill Green, J.D. ’94, spoke with The Daily Record for a July 20 story, “Employment prospects improve for Md.’s law school grads.” The percentage of Maryland law graduates who found jobs requiring bar passage edged … Continue reading

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Koller urges action to promote ‘clean, authentic’ competition

In the wake of Russia’s athletic doping scandal, Professor Dionne Koller contributed an article to U.S. News & World Report urging the leaders of international sport to overhaul their governance structure and rules to “sincerely promote clean, authentic competition.” On … Continue reading

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Weich, Jaros comment as judge acquits officer in Gray case

Dean Ronald Weich and Professor David Jaros weighed in Monday morning with commentary as Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams handed down three verdicts of not guilty in the trial of Baltimore police Lt. Brian Rice. Weich and LaMarr Darnell Shields, … Continue reading

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Barrett King is first man to lead board of Women’s Law Center

University of Baltimore School of Law alumnus Barrett R. King, J.D. ’06, has been named president of the board of directors of the Women’s Law Center of Maryland. He succeeds Kelly Powers, J.D. ’06. King is the first man to … Continue reading

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