Monthly Archives: July 2018

Prof. Meyerson: Hamilton Recognized the Importance of Reining in the President

Michael I. Meyerson, the DLA Piper Professor of Law for the University of Baltimore School of Law and an expert in American legal history and constitutional law, writes in The Baltimore Sun that the increased interest in the work of Alexander … Continue reading

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Prof. Wehle: Based on Precedent, Trump is ‘in the Ballpark’ for Indictment or Impeachment

Writing in The Hill, University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Kimberly Wehle says President Trump is edging closer to what amounts to an indictment—and the nation needs to prepare itself for an ending to his administration that is sudden, … Continue reading

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After Janus, It’s ‘a Tug of War,’ Says Prof. Hayes

Interviewed by The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Michael Hayes says that pro- and anti-union sentiments among public-sector employees have reached new heights—a likely result of the Supreme Court’s decision in the recent Janus v. AFSCME … Continue reading

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Prof. Tiefer: Federal Appropriations Riders May Enable Agencies to Undo Regulatory Regimes, with White House Input

With a massive battle taking shape in the U.S. Senate over a combined appropriations bill for the Department of the Interior and Environment Protection Agency, University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Charles Tiefer says that the real fight is … Continue reading

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Former Head of DOJ Tax Division to Offer New Course on Criminal Tax at UB

Caroline D. Ciraolo, the former head of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and a partner and founder of Kostelanetz & Fink’s D.C. and Maryland offices, has joined the faculty of the University of Baltimore Graduate Tax Program and will teach … Continue reading

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August: Time to Get Oriented to Law School

Starting Aug. 1, both new and returning students in the University of Baltimore School of Law will be gearing up for the fall semester, which begins on Monday, Aug. 20. The following is a list of key dates for all … Continue reading

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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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