Monthly Archives: October 2018

Human Trafficking Project Receives $255K Grant

The Human Trafficking Prevention Project at University of Baltimore School of Law has received a $254,957 grant from the Maryland Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention. This funding, which can be renewed for a second year, represents an extension … Continue reading

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Professor Epps on Threats to the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court

Reminiscing about his childhood view of the Supreme Court on WBUR’s Radio Boston program Oct. 8, Professor Garrett Epps noted, “To me, a federal judge was the next best thing to being God.” In the wake of the heavily partisan … Continue reading

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Call for Papers for UB School of Law’s 2019 Feminist Legal Theory Conference

The Center on Applied Feminism at the University of Baltimore School of Law seeks paper proposals for the Eleventh Feminist Legal Theory Conference. The conference will be on Friday, April 12, 2019, and the theme is the #MeToo movement. The resurgent … Continue reading

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UB Hosts Panel Discussion on the Importance of Housing

In remarks to a sellout crowd at the University of Baltimore, Richard Rothstein described the widespread consequences of decades of racial segregation in housing. Children who live in segregated communities often lack access to quality schools, and their ability to … Continue reading

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Prof. Meyerson Offers Preview of Supreme Court Term in WYPR Radio Interview

The Supreme Court began its new term this week with just eight justices on the bench. How does the empty seat influence which cases the court decides to hear, and how the justices rule? In today’s On the Record program … Continue reading

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The ‘Machinery of Death’ is Back on the Docket

“From this day forward,” Justice Harry Blackmun announced in 1994, “I no longer shall tinker with the machinery of death.” Blackmun had long been in favor mandatory death sentences. But after 25 years of support, he said, he felt “morally and intellectually … Continue reading

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Perspectives on The Unique Path of In-House Counsel

For those who choose the unique path of in-house counsel, it can be a very fulfilling career. In the Fall 2018 issue of Baltimore Law, three UB School of Law alumni describe the rewards and challenges of corporate lawyering. Here’s … Continue reading

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