Monthly Archives: September 2017

Baltimore Law 2017: Focusing on the Fannie Angelos Program

Read the new issue of Baltimore Law, the magazine of the University of Baltimore School of Law. This is Vol. 5 of the annual magazine. The first issue appeared in 2013. Pictured (from left) are Zenia Wilson, J.D. ’12, 2L … Continue reading

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51 students inducted into R.G. Shannonhouse III Honor Society

Fifty-one students were inducted last night into the Royal Graham Shannonhouse III Honor Society, which recognizes University of Baltimore School of Law students who have distinguished themselves academically after completing 32 credits. The minimum GPA requirement for induction is 3.15. … Continue reading

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Dillard in The New York Times: Is C.T.E. a defense for murder?

Professor J. Amy Dillard is the co-author, with Lisa A. Tucker, of “Is C.T.E. a Defense for Murder?” an op-ed published by The New York Times about Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots tight end who hanged himself in prison this year at … Continue reading

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Hot off the presses: Check out new Law Admissions viewbook

To page through the 2017 Law Admissions viewbook, click the “expand” icon at bottom right of the image and then click the forward arrow. Pictured on the cover are (from left) 3L Megan Micco, 3L Kelly Goebel and 2L Herman Brown. … Continue reading

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Wehle decries proposal to hire mercenaries in Afghanistan

Professor Kimberly Wehle published her second op-ed in a week about the potential dangers of outsourcing government functions to for-profit contractors. In “Letting mercenaries fight our wars undercuts the Constitution” (The Hill, Sept. 2, 2017), Wehle discusses a proposal by … Continue reading

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9/11: Mooting of 4th Circuit habeas corpus argument in Toghill

Mooting of the Fourth Circuit Habeas Corpus Argument in Toghill v. Clarke: For the Petitioner: Gregory Dolin For the State: Colin Starger On the Bench: Phil Closius, David Jaros, Natalie Ram and Will Hubbard Issue: Whether Virginia’s statute that bars sending … Continue reading

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Video: Pretrial Justice Clinic directors, student on what’s next

Pretrial Justice Clinic directors Zina Makar and Professor Colin Starger and PTJC student-attorney Meghan Ellis were interviewed about the clinic’s work by Cherise Fanno Burdeen, CEO of the Maryland-based Pretrial Justice Institute. Click here to watch the video. (The discussion runs a half hour, … Continue reading

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