Monthly Archives: April 2019

Three UB Law Alumni ‘Run Into’ One Another in Army JAG Corps Training at Fort Benning

Christopher Numer, JD ’18, wasn’t expecting to make instant friends when he moved to Fort Benning, GA, to begin training for the U.S. Army JAG Corps. But, as he reported in an email earlier this year, “I was pleasantly surprised … Continue reading

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Get Ready for Finals with Help from BLSA and the Law Library Staff

It’s almost exam time! Here are some tips and suggestions to help you prepare. We wish all students success on their exams! Black Law Students Association is hosting final review sessions for the following subjects: Con Law I: Friday, April … Continue reading

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Students, Faculty Honored at 25th Annual Awards Ceremony

The UB School of Law held its 25th Annual Awards Ceremony on Sunday, April 14, 2019, at the John and Frances Angelos Law Center. The Hon. Cynthia Jones, J.D. ’92, a judge on the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, was … Continue reading

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UB Law Students Visit the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C. to Learn About Human Rights

On April 8, 2019, students from three classes at the UB School of Law – International Law, Law and Human Rights, and Immigrant Rights Clinic – traveled to Washington, D.C. for an interactive discussion with staff from the Organization of … Continue reading

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UB School of Law Softball Team Places Eighth of 82 Law School Teams in Annual UVA Tournament

Story and photo by Jordan Black-Mathews, 1L UB Law Softball participated in the 36th annual UVA Law School softball tournament this past weekend. The tournament takes place at the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville and featured 82 co-rec teams. … Continue reading

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Prof. Peter Edelman Kicks Off Urban Child Symposium on Homelessness at UB School of Law

The theme of homelessness was a timely one for the 11th Annual Urban Child Symposium, because housing insecurity is such a serious, and growing, challenge for inner-city families and youth. As of 2017, 17 percent of the U.S. population was … Continue reading

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SCOTUS’ Bucklew v. Precythe Decision: Prof. Garrett Epps and Prof. Kim Wehle Express Their Views

One of the Supreme Court cases that was deemed “one to watch” at the start of the current term was decided last week. Some court-watchers thought Bucklew v. Precythe might be another bellwether for how conservative the court was becoming. … Continue reading

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