Monthly Archives: June 2018

Immigrant Rights Clinical Fellow: Indefinite Detention for Children at the Border? No – That’s Never a Good Idea

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, Nickole Miller, a clinical teaching fellow for the Immigrant Rights Clinic at the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes that any policy that leads to detaining children at the border—especially if that … Continue reading

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Prof. Meyerson Joins Colleagues for MSBA Discussion on Presidency, Pardons and More

University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Michael Meyerson joined his colleague Mark Graber from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law for a lively discussion on the Trump presidency as part of the MSBA’s Legal Summit … Continue reading

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School of Law’s Alumni Reception at MSBA’s Annual Meeting in OC, June 14

Alumni from the University of Baltimore School of Law are invited to attend a reception as part of the Maryland State Bar Association’s annual meeting in Ocean City, Md. on Friday, June 14 from 5-7 p.m. at the Clarion Resort … Continue reading

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CFCC Leaders: Address Truancy, and Serious Crime May be Stanched

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, Barbara Babb, associate professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and director of its Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children and the Courts, and Gloria H. Danziger, a senior … Continue reading

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Prof. Natalie Ram and Bioethicists from Baylor Examine Law Enforcement’s Use of Genealogy Databases

In a new paper published in Science, Natalie Ram, assistant professor and associate director of the Center for Medicine and Law in the University of Baltimore School of Law, and bioethicists from Baylor College of Medicine examine the emerging issues … Continue reading

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Prof. Hayes: Supreme Court’s Union Case a Reminder of Decades of Precedence in Labor Law

Michael Hayes, associate professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, argues in an op-ed in The Daily Record that the Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME District Council 31 case does not warrant overturning decades of precedence in labor law. … Continue reading

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Second-Year Student Caitlyn McDaniel Joins Rural Summer Legal Corps

The 2018 Rural Summer Legal Corps—a program that connects public-interest law students with various legal aid organizations—launched on May 30 with a training day in Washington, D.C., hosted by Equal Justice Works and the Legal Services Corporation. Among the participants is Caitlyn McDaniel, … Continue reading

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