Monthly Archives: October 2017

Emily Rogers to be honored for work at Senior Legal Services

Emily Rogers, J.D. ’12, associate director of the University of Baltimore’s Law Career Development Office, or LCDO, will be honored Nov. 8, 2017, by the Bar Association of Baltimore City and the Baltimore Bar Foundation for her work with Senior … Continue reading

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On NPR, Wehle discusses NFL players’ free-speech rights

Professor Kimberly Wehle spoke on NPR’s Morning Edition program today (Oct. 25, 2017) as part of a segment titled “Your Questions About Activism In Sports, Answered.” Wehle responded to a listener who asked if NFL players could be compelled to … Continue reading

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Stead Lecture: Genocide & Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act

The Center for International and Comparative Law‘s annual Stead Lecture will be presented Wednesday evening by Vivian Curran, distinguished professor of law at the University of Pittsburgh. Professor Curran’s talk is titled “Genocide and the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.” Wednesday, Oct. … Continue reading

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Two events & two films honor Baltimorean Thurgood Marshall

This month marks the 50th anniversary of Thurgood Marshall’s swearing-in as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Marshall, who was born and raised in Baltimore, served on the Court from October 1967 to October 1991. He … Continue reading

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Hatcher to speak about poverty and housing in Baltimore City

Professor Daniel Hatcher will take part in an Oct. 24 Baltimore Sun Newsmaker Forum devoted to a discussion of problems in Baltimore City housing. The panel discussion will be moderated by reporter Doug Donovan, the co-author, with Jean Marbella, of “Dismissed: Tenants … Continue reading

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Sign up today to learn how to apply for the Maryland bar exam

  Claudia Diamond, assistant dean for academic and writing support, will expertly guide you through the Maryland Bar Exam application and provide you with important insight to help you: • understand the timeline for filing and the logistics of the … Continue reading

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Curacao study-abroad deadline is this Friday. Sign up ASAP!

    Don’t delay! The deadline to apply for this winter’s study-abroad program in Curacao is this Friday (Nov. 2, 2017). Think of it this way: Cold, slushy, gray Baltimore or warm, sunny Curacao with its crystal-clear, turquoise seas? The … Continue reading

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