Monthly Archives: November 2017

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-reform plan, saying it would favor the rich over “the everyman,” one proposed change would benefit the “little guy” by giving a multi-billion-dollar … Continue reading

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Monday 11/13: Learn about CLIA and the Just Kids Campaign

Learn about Community Law In Action — or CLIA — and its Just Kids Campaign at a Monday-afternoon event sponsored by the law school’s chapters of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and the National Lawyers Guild (NLG). Monday, Nov. … Continue reading

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Job posting: Office of Law Admissions seeks assistant director

The University of Baltimore School of Law’s Office of Law Admissions is seeking an assistant director. Access the job listing and application instructions.  The assistant director, the primary recruiter for law admissions, coordinates on- and off-campus events, maintains the website … Continue reading

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Truancy Court Program highlighted in WBAL-TV segment

WBAL-TV (Channel 11), in a feature about Baltimore school officials’ efforts to reduce student absenteeism, focused on the work of the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Truancy Court Program, a project of the Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, … Continue reading

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‘Groundbreaking constitutional times’: Wehle on pardon power

Professor Kimberly Wehle contributed an op-ed to The Hill that lays out the challenges President Donald Trump would likely face if he pardoned Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman indicted last week by special counsel Robert Mueller as part of … Continue reading

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Today! Journal of Intl Law symposium on family law & adoption

The University of Baltimore Journal of International Law invites you to a symposium, “Families Without Borders: A Panel Discussion on International Family Law and Adoption.” Monday, Nov. 13, 2017 6-9 p.m. 12th floor John and Frances Angelos Law Center 1401 … Continue reading

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