Monthly Archives: August 2016

Dillard on intentional discrimination against black Baltimoreans

Professor J. Amy Dillard took part in a discussion Friday on WYPR-FM’s “Midday” program, which examined the U.S. Department of Justice report on the Baltimore Police Department released this week. In particular, the discussion focused on the Justice Department’s conclusion … Continue reading

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Gilman in SELF: Birth control helps women and wider society

Venable Professor of Law Michele Gilman is quoted at length in SELF magazine in an Aug. 5 article about LARCs, or long-acting reversible contraceptives. The news peg for the article is the recent $2 million donation by two philanthropic organizations … Continue reading

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Anderson on black-and-white attempt to restrict voting rights

Professor José Anderson contributed an Aug. 3 op-ed to The AFRO about last week’s decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit that invalidated a North Carolina voter law enacted by the state’s Republican-controlled legislature. The lawmakers … Continue reading

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Brown analyzes Trump tax plan: a boon for nation’s wealthiest

Professor Fred Brown contributed an op-ed to today’s Baltimore Sun, “Trump’s tax plan is ‘with you’ if you’re rich.” Brown, who directs the law school’s Graduate Tax Program, writes that an examination of Donald Trump’s tax plan suggests the Republican … Continue reading

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