Monthly Archives: April 2018

Prof. Jane Murphy and Clinical Fellow Lila Meadows Win PBRC Award for the Maryland Juvenile Lifer Parole Representation Project

The Maryland Juvenile Lifer Parole Representation Project (MJLPRP)—a working group including the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Juvenile Justice Project, led by Jane C. Murphy, the school’s Laurence M. Katz Professor of Law—is the recipient of the 2018 Herbert S. … Continue reading

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Prof. Meyerson in JMORE: A ‘Fighter for Fairness’ for Minority Law Students

A feature article in JMORE cites the career-spanning work of University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Michael I. Meyerson as an advocate for minority law students and a strong proponent of a level playing field in all aspects of … Continue reading

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Seven Law Students from Veterans Advocacy Clinic Contribute Articles About Veterans to Baltimore Barrister Magazine

Seven students serving in The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic in the University of Baltimore School of Law are authors of two articles in the latest issue of Baltimore Barrister magazine. Students Logan Hayes, Krista Johnson, and Clayton Day co-authored the … Continue reading

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Dean Weich: ‘Wildly Unparalleled’ for Justice Dept. to Respond to President’s Tweets

Speaking in the New York Times, University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich says it’s uncharted territory for the U.S. Justice Department to react to a president’s disparaging tweets. Presidents often have been critical of federal law enforcement, … Continue reading

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Prof. Tiefer on Defense Department’s Sole-Source Contract with Amazon: ‘Trump May Boost Their Rivals’

Interviewed by The Washington Examiner, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Charles Tiefer says that the Pentagon’s multi-billion dollar, 10-year sole-source contract for cloud computing with Amazon may be subject to political actions at the highest level of government—especially … Continue reading

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UB School of Law Commencement Features Keynote Speech by Andre Davis, Baltimore City Solicitor and Former Federal Judge, May 22

WEBCAST UPDATE: Technical difficulties during the May 22 Commencement prevented us from hosting a live webcast for the Commencement. Instead, here is a recording from the ceremony. The larger screen is devoted to a sign language interpreter, while the smaller … Continue reading

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Prof. Hatcher: When It Comes to Foster Children, Maryland Still Has Work to Do

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Daniel L. Hatcher says that the State of Maryland may soon be enacting positive changes in the realm of foster care—and there is plenty of room for … Continue reading

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