Monthly Archives: May 2018

Human Rights Moot Court Team Wins Big

  The University of Baltimore School of Law’s Inter-American Court of Human Rights moot court team, composed of students Kari Lee and Shaneel Myles, and coached by UB alumnae Julianne Montes de Oca, J.D ’13, and Hayley Tamburello, J.D. ’13, … Continue reading

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Juvenile Justice Clinical Fellow: Children Who Commit Crimes Can Change

In an opinion piece in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Juvenile  Justice Project Clinical Fellow Lila Meadows says that even though emotions are running high in the murder of Baltimore County police officer Amy Caprio, the … Continue reading

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Prof. Murphy: ‘Breakdowns’ in Juvenile Justice System Contributed to Baltimore County Officer’s Murder – But There’s More to Case Than That

Interviewed on WBAL radio about the recent murder of a Baltimore County police officer during a traffic stop involving four juveniles, Jane C. Murphy, the Laurence M. Katz Professor of Law in the University of Baltimore School of Law and … Continue reading

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Prof. Bessler’s Book a Finalist for National Indie Excellence Award

The National Indie Excellence Awards nominated The Celebrated Marquis: An Italian Noble and the Making of the Modern World, a recent book by University of Baltimore School of Law Professor John Bessler, as a finalist in its 12th annual overview of … Continue reading

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Prof. Gilman: Supreme Court’s New Labor Ruling Doesn’t Reflect Realistic View of Workplace

Michele Gilman, the Venable Professor of Law in the University of Baltimore School of Law and director of its Saul Ewing Civil Advocacy Clinic and co-director of the Center on Applied Feminism, writes in Salon that the Supreme Court’s decision in … Continue reading

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Prof. Wehle: From Emoluments to Criminal Prosecutions, Trump is Testing the Limits of the Constitution

Writing in The Hill, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Kimberly Wehle says that President Trump is testing the limits on executive power built into the United States Constitution. “The stakes are extremely high,” Wehle writes in her opinion … Continue reading

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Prof. Bessler’s Book Earns Indie Biography Award

University of Baltimore School of Law Professor John Bessler‘s recent book, The Celebrated Marquis: An Italian Noble and the Making of the Modern World, has been named the winner in the Autobiography/Biography category of the 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. The … Continue reading

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