Monthly Archives: October 2016

Buy your tickets today for the first Alumni Awards Banquet!

You are cordially invited to the University of Baltimore School of Law’s first Alumni Awards Banquet, which is presented by the Young Lawyers Alumni Council. Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. White Oak Ballroom Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys The … Continue reading

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Register for Nov. 4 training on representing servicemembers

Click here or on the image above to register for a training on representing servicemembers in discharge upgrades. The Nov. 4 training, to be held at UB’s John and Frances Angelos Law Center, is open to volunteer attorneys and other … Continue reading

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Grossman at UN on gender diversity in international courts

Professor Nienke Grossman spoke yesterday (Oct. 27, 2016) at the United Nations as part of a panel discussion titled “Gender Balance and Diversity in International Adjudication: A Glass Ceiling?” The discussion was organized by the Permanent Mission of the Kingdom … Continue reading

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Renee Hatcher describes water shutoffs at City Council hearing

Renee Hatcher, clinical teaching fellow in the Community Development Clinic, testified at a Baltimore City Council hearing Wednesday night about water affordability and water shutoffs in the city. The Baltimore Brew news website reported her comments in “Baltimore’s high water rates … Continue reading

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Human Trafficking Prevention Project receives $466K grant

Venable Professor of Law Michele Gilman, the director of clinical legal education, sends exciting news: I am extremely pleased to let you know that the Human Trafficking Prevention Project (HTPP), led by clinical fellow and UB law alumna Jessica Emerson, … Continue reading

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On the front page: Pretrial Justice Clinic challenges bail ruling

The Pretrial Justice Clinic’s challenge to a ruling by a Baltimore circuit judge made the front page of today’s Baltimore Sun. Read “Baltimore circuit judge was recorded saying why she set high bail” (Oct. 26, 2016). Judge Yolanda Tanner was … Continue reading

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Law Forum symposium focuses on Md.’s cannabis program

The University of Baltimore Law Forum invites you to a symposium on Maryland’s new cannabis program. Panelists will discuss the program from public health, business and legislative perspectives. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place … Continue reading

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