Monthly Archives: October 2018

School of Law to Host Nov. 2 Candidates’ Debate for Maryland Attorney General

The University of Baltimore School of Law will host a debate between the two candidates for Maryland Attorney General on Friday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. in the Learning Commons Town Hall, 1415 Maryland Ave. in Baltimore. Incumbent Attorney General Brian Frosh and … Continue reading

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Screening of ‘The Sentence’ and Panel Discussion on Nov. 5 Look at Mandatory Minimum Sentences

First-time filmmaker Rudy Valdez’s The Sentence tells the story of his sister Cindy Shank, a mother of three who received a 15-year mandatory sentence for conspiracy charges related to her deceased ex-boyfriend’s crimes. The documentary offers a searing look at the consequences … Continue reading

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Prof. Emeritus Byron Warnken Receives Icon Honors Award from The Daily Record

Professor Emeritus Byron L. Warnken, who retired earlier this year after 45 years at the University of Baltimore School of Law, has been chosen to receive an Icon Honors award from The Daily Record. He will join 29 other notable Maryland … Continue reading

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Law Forum Symposium Looks at Hot Topics in Trusts and Estates Litigation

The University of Baltimore School of Law’s Law Forum will present its annual symposium, Trusts and Estates: Trust Us, It’s Important, from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 13. The conversation will explore hot topics in trusts and estates litigation in Maryland. … Continue reading

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Prof. Wehle on the Consequences of One-Party Rule

In an opinion piece published in the Oct. 24 issue of The Hill, Professor Kim Wehle warns of the consequences of one-party rule, which include “a multi-generational choke hold on constitutional interpretation and related social and fiscal policy — especially if Democrats fail … Continue reading

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Bronfein Family Law Clinic to Present Panel on Parentage and Third-Party Custody Rights

The Bronfein Family Law Clinic at University of Baltimore School of Law, Family Law Association, Outlaw, and FreeState Justice will present a panel on parentage and third-party custody rights on Thursday, Nov. 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the … Continue reading

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Dean Weich on Lifetime Tenure for Supreme Court Justices

“The lengthening tenure of justices has intensified the Supreme Court confirmation process,” writes University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich in a commentary in today’s Daily Record. “These have become white-hot battles with the accoutrements of modern political campaigns … Continue reading

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Prof. Natalie Ram to Present Health Law Seminar at Harvard

Natalie Ram, an assistant professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law and associate director of its Center for Medicine and Law, will visit Harvard University on Monday, Oct. 22, to present a seminar titled “Rebuilding Privacy Practices After … Continue reading

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Law Student Places Third in Essay Contest on Legal Ethics

Congratulations to James Beslity, a third-year student at University of Baltimore School of Law, whose essay took third prize in the 2018 Bruce M. Stargatt Legal Ethics Writing Competition. The competition is sponsored by the Delaware Bar Foundation. His essay, … Continue reading

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Faculty Panel Looks at Voting Rights and Election Reform

With the mid-term elections just three weeks away, several University of Baltimore School of Law faculty members and former U.S Rep. Donna Edwards gathered recently to look at the history of voting rights in the United States and discuss the … Continue reading

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