Monthly Archives: November 2017

UB School of Law and Notre Dame sign articulation agreement

The University of Baltimore School of Law and Notre Dame of Maryland University signed an articulation agreement Monday that will allow qualified Notre Dame undergraduates to begin law school at UB after their junior year. Students would need a grade … Continue reading

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Grossman advice to Alabama voters: Be fair but don’t be fooled

Dean Julius Isaacson Professor of Law Steven Grossman contributed an op-ed to The Baltimore Sun about Roy Moore, the Alabama GOP Senate candidate who has been accused by several women of having made unwanted sexual advances when they were teenagers and he … Continue reading

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‘No-Stress Zone’ study break: Lots of pizza, lots of pups & pets

Law students were treated to pizza and the chance to pet a few pups at Tuesday’s “No-Stress Zone” study break. Thanks to UBSPI for the pizza and to Pets on Wheels for the pups (who were very good sports, considering … Continue reading

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‘Be Brief’: 4 1Ls selected for successfully succinct sentences

The winners of the “Be Brief” competition have been announced — but first a few words about the contest: Every fall, 1L students are challenged to describe their first semester of law school in only six words. This year, 2L … Continue reading

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Giving Tuesday: Donate to the law school & make Poe happy

Next Tuesday (Nov. 28) is Giving Tuesday. Please give to the University of Baltimore School of Law! Every gift is an investment in the success of our students. For each law school donation, a shiny gray bow will be stuck … Continue reading

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Wehle dispels ‘legal myths’ about regulation of gun ownership

In an op-ed in The Hill, Professor Kimberly Wehle set out to dispel what she called “legal myths” about the regulation of gun ownership in the United States. The op-ed followed the Nov. 5 massacre of 26 people by a … Continue reading

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Schwidetzky: Tax plan provision could benefit ‘the everyman’

In a Baltimore Sun op-ed, Professor Walter Schwidetzky writes that while many pundits have criticized the Republican tax plan for favoring the rich over “the everyman,” one proposed change would benefit the “little guy” by giving a multi-billion-dollar boost to … Continue reading

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