Monthly Archives: July 2018

Prof. Ram Warns of Hazards of DNA Testing of Separated Families

Following a major public backlash against the White House “zero tolerance” policy on illegal immigration—a position which resulted in thousands of immigrant children and their parents being separated, detained and transported—a court-ordered plan to reunited these families may depend on … Continue reading

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Prof. Koller: U. of Maryland Takes ‘Good with Bad’ in Drive to Become a Force in College Sports

Dionne Koller, professor and director of the Center for Sport and the Law at the University of Baltimore School of Law and associate dean of academic affairs for the school, tells the Baltimore Sun that the University of Maryland, College … Continue reading

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Prof. Wehle: Kavanaugh Will Make ‘Real Imprint’ on Supreme Court

Kimberly Wehle, professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, tells MSNBC that her former colleague at the U.S. Department of Justice, Brett Kavanaugh, is “going to stand out as someone who makes a real imprint” if he is … Continue reading

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Longing for a More Liberal Supreme Court? That Was An ‘Aberration,’ Says Prof. Higginbotham – But Social Progress Happens Anyway

F. Michael Higginbotham, the Dean Joseph Curtis Professor of Law in the University of Baltimore School of Law, tells Marc Steiner of the Real News Network that the U.S. Supreme Court of the post-Great Depression—the Court that advanced civil rights … Continue reading

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Prof. Wehle: Conservatives Ought to Appreciate Roe v. Wade for What It Says About Limited Government

Writing in The Hill, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Kimberly Wehle says that for conservatives, Roe v. Wade should represent something vital about American law: That the government is limited by the Constitution in what it can and cannot … Continue reading

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Prof. Hayes: Unions Have Been Preparing for a Case Like Janus, But Impact Still Unclear

Interviewed on Maryland Public Television’s State Circle, University of Baltimore School of Law Associate Prof. Michael Hayes says that while the recent Janus v. AFSCME decision in the U.S. Supreme Court broke 40 years of labor-law precedent, the result is not … Continue reading

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UB School of Law Dean Ron Weich to Appear on CNN on July 7 to Talk Supreme Court Nomination Process

University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich will appear on CNN’s interview show with host Michael Smerconish on Saturday, July 7 at 9 a.m. ET. The segment will cover the Supreme Court’s nomination process, where the announced resignation of … Continue reading

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