Monthly Archives: June 2017

Tiefer, Dean, Kendall discuss obstruction at House hearing

Professor Charles Tiefer testified yesterday (June 29) at a House hearing on the importance of congressional investigation into potential collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump and his associates, despite the investigation being led by special counsel Robert Mueller. Also … Continue reading

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In letter, Green says she’ll miss UB, her ‘home away from home’

Assistant Dean for Law Development Jill Green, J.D. ’94, sent a letter to law school faculty and staff after Dean Ronald Weich announced her departure for a new position at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School (see earlier blog post). Here’s … Continue reading

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Today: Tiefer to testify in House about obstruction of justice

Professor Charles Tiefer has been invited to testify today (June 29) at a hearing organized by Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas), Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) and other House Democrats. Watch the hearing. The Congressional Progressive Caucus … Continue reading

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Assistant Dean Jill Green to leave UB for JHU business school

This morning, Dean Ronald Weich sent a note to faculty and staff to deliver big law school news: “I am both proud and pained to let you know that our wonderful colleague Jill Green will leave UB later this summer … Continue reading

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Tiefer: GSA has its ‘head in the sand’ about Trump conflicts

Professor Charles Tiefer was quoted in a Bloomberg Law Federal Contracts Report about a $1.7 billion contract to build a new FBI headquarters near Washington. Vornado Realty Trust, a company with ties to President Donald Trump and to Trump’s son-in-law, … Continue reading

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Claudia Diamond receives USM Board of Regents staff award

Claudia Diamond, J.D. ’95, the law school’s director of academic support and co-founder of the Legal Writing Center, has won a University System of Maryland Board of Regents staff award for her “exceptional contribution” to the law school, Dean Ronald … Continue reading

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Oxford men: Sellers and Hubbard enjoy sabbatical in England

Professors Mortimer Sellers and William Hubbard spent the spring term on sabbatical at Oxford University in England. Sellers, the H.L.A. Hart Fellow of Jurisprudence, delivered a talk at Oxford’s University College on May 16 titled “Law, Reason, and Emotion,” which Hubbard … Continue reading

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