Monthly Archives: June 2019

UB Law Prof. Gilda Daniels, Voting Rights Scholar, Reacts to June 27 SCOTUS Rulings

UB School of Law Prof. Gilda Daniels is an expert on voting rights. She took a reduced teaching load this past year to work as director of litigation for the Advancement Project. Her book, Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression … Continue reading

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UB School of Law Professors Weigh in on Supreme Court Rulings as 2018 Term Winds to a Close

As the Supreme Court wraps up the 2018 term, it issued June 27 rulings in two important cases. The court ruled 5-4 that it should be up to the states, not federal judges, to address the issue of partisan gerrymandering, … Continue reading

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Professor Kim Wehle Promotes Her Book, ‘How to Read the Constitution — And Why,’ with Media Blitz

Prof. Kim Wehle’s new book, How to Read the Constitution — and Why, officially goes on sale June 25. Her publicists at HarperCollins have lined up a whirlwind of media appearances and book talks to promote the book, which they … Continue reading

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Call for Papers for Fall Law Review Symposium ‘400 Years: Slavery and the Criminal Justice System’

The University of Baltimore Law Review is hosting a conference and symposium issue, “400 Years: Slavery and the Criminal Justice System.” In recognition of the 400 years that have passed since enslaved people were first brought to the United States, … Continue reading

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Clinical Teaching Fellow Nicole McConlogue Receives Bar Association of Baltimore City’s 2019 Fellows Award

UB School of Law clinical teaching fellow Nicole K. McConlogue was honored as the 2019 Fellows Award recipient at the May 30 annual meeting of the Bar Association of Baltimore City. As the clinical fellow for the Saul Ewing Civil … Continue reading

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