Monthly Archives: January 2018

In new book, Easton focuses on free-speech lawyer Gilbert Roe

Professor Emeritus Eric Easton’s new book, Defending the Masses: A Progressive Lawyer’s Battles for Free Speech, was published this month by the University of Wisconsin Press. See the book’s Amazon page here. Easton, the editor of UB’s Journal of Media Law … Continue reading

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Tiefer on missile alert: U.S. must communicate with N. Korea

Immediately after yesterday’s incoming-missile warning to Hawaii turned out to be a false alarm, Professor Charles Tiefer contributed a column to Forbes about the potential, horrifying consequences of such a mistake in the current charged political climate. Wrote Tiefer: “[F]or … Continue reading

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Join BLSA for day of service to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The law school’s chapter of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) invites you to join its members and its friends from Civic Works, BLSA’s community partner, on Monday, Jan. 15 for a day of service to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin … Continue reading

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Grossman: Change is not good or bad. Judge it by the results.

In an op-ed for The Baltimore Sun, Dean Julius Isaacson Professor of Law Steven Grossman writes about the nature of change and the increasing clout of populist movements in the U.S. and around the world. Read “Trump: change for change’s … Continue reading

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13 alums at Whiteford Taylor Preston named ‘Super Lawyers’

Whiteford Taylor Preston announced that 41 of its attorneys have been named “Super Lawyers” or “Rising Stars” in Maryland and Kentucky for 2018. Of that number, 13 are University of Baltimore School of Law graduates. The firm has more than 160 … Continue reading

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26 students spend the winter break studying law in Curaçao

Professor and Practitioner in Residence Lisa Sparks reports that 26 law students are taking part in this winter’s study-abroad program in Curaçao, a Dutch Caribbean island located about 40 miles north of the coast of Venezuela. The 16th annual program in comparative … Continue reading

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