Monthly Archives: October 2016

Frosh on the Chesapeake: ‘We have to redouble our efforts’

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh was the keynote speaker at the University of Baltimore Law Review’s Oct. 17 symposium, “Can the Law Save the Chesapeake Bay?” Evan Thalenberg, J.D. ’86, the founder and president of Chesapeake BaySavers, spoke after introductory … Continue reading

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Thurs. Nov. 17: Money Bail and Its Role in Mass Incarceration

The new Pretrial Justice Clinic presents its first conference, “Money Bail and Its Role in Mass Incarceration,” which will take place Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016, at the University of Baltimore’s John and Frances Angelos Law Center (1401 N. Charles St., … Continue reading

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Starger in Daily Record: Adnan Syed in an ‘in-between zone’

Professor Colin Starger discussed Adnan Syed‘s case with The Daily Record for a story published Oct. 24, 2016. In “Syed lawyers request his release pending appeal,” by Heather Cobun, J.D. ’13, Starger — co-director of the new Pretrial Justice Clinic … Continue reading

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Law faculty, students face off on football field. Faculty loses.

UB law students and faculty faced off Saturday afternoon (Oct. 22, 2016) at Bar Bowl XXXI, held in the infield at Baltimore’s Pimlico race course. The students won the annual football competition, though no one is quite sure of the … Continue reading

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Three new Maryland judges are UB School of Law alums

Two of four Maryland state judges appointed last week by Gov. Larry Hogan are University of Baltimore School of Law alums. Mark K. Boyer, J.D. ’92, was appointed to the Washington County Circuit Court. Robyn Riddle, J.D. ’87, was appointed … Continue reading

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Weich on Congress-White House tug-of-war on information

Dean Ronald Weich will take part in a panel discussion next week titled “A Right to ‘Know’ or a Right to ‘No’? Examining the Congressional-Executive Branch Struggle Over Access to Information.” [To see a C-SPAN-2 video of the discussion, click … Continue reading

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Oct. 20: Lyle Denniston on ‘When Politicians Pick the Voters’

Longtime Supreme Court correspondent Lyle Denniston will give the second of three fall lectures at 5 p.m. today (Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016) in the Moot Courtroom of UB’s John and Frances Angelos Law Center (1401 N. Charles St., Baltimore 21201). … Continue reading

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