Monthly Archives: September 2017

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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Job post: UB seeks assistant dean for law career development

The University of Baltimore School of Law has an immediate opening for an assistant dean for law career development – a position that is key to carrying out the law school’s mission to produce students and graduates who assume leadership … 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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