Monthly Archives: September 2018

Prof. Wehle Explores Legal Takeaways from ‘Sad Day’ for Supreme Court

The nation was riveted to the momentous Sept. 27 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, in which Judge Brett Kavanaugh vociferously defended himself from allegations of sexual assault following poignant testimony from Christine Blasey Ford, a high school acquaintance who brought those … Continue reading

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Online Supreme Court Course Begins Sept. 30; Still Time to Register for Free Series

Registration is still open for  “The Supreme Court and American Politics,” an eight-week, self-paced examination of the causes and effects of politics on the nation’s top legal institution. The course, hosted by the law school and edX—a premier provider of massive … Continue reading

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Prof. Wehle: DAG Rosenstein’s Departure Would Be ‘Disaster’ for Law and Democracy

Kim Wehle, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes in The Hill that the possible departure of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein from the Department of Justice would be a “disaster for the rule of law and … Continue reading

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‘Restoring the Promise of Democracy,’ Panel Discussion Featuring Former Rep. Donna Edwards, Oct. 4

Former U.S. Rep. Donna Edwards will join University of Baltimore School of Law Professors Gilda Daniels, Garrett Epps and Mike Meyerson, along with moderator Professor Kimberly Wehle, for a panel discussion, “Restoring the Promise of Democracy,” on Thursday, Oct. 4, at noon in the Angelos Law Center, Room 202. … Continue reading

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Law School Announces 2018-19 Legal Writing Fellows

The University of Baltimore School of Law has announced its 2018-19 class of Legal Writing Fellows—a specially-selected group of students who provide vital assistance to their fellow students through the school’s Legal Writing Center. Under the direction of Prof. Claudia Diamond, … Continue reading

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Constitution Day: Law School Hosts Panel on ‘the Landscape Ahead,’ Sept. 17

On Constitution Day, Monday, Sept. 17, the University of Baltimore School of Law will host a panel discussion with Professors Garrett Epps, Michael Higginbotham, and Kimberly Wehle, and moderated by Dean Ronald Weich. The topic, “Trump * Mueller * Kavanaugh: … Continue reading

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Prof. Closius Successfully Appeals Painkiller Case Against NFL

Phillip J. Closius, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and a sports law specialist, successfully argued before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the revival of a case involving a group of former professional football players … Continue reading

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