Monthly Archives: May 2020

UB Law’s CFCC Truancy Court Program Adapts to Meet Students’ Needs During a Pandemic

During a typical week, the UB Law Center for Families, Children and the Courts‘ Truancy Court Program (TCP) team travels among five Baltimore City Public Schools to meet with students, parents/caregivers, teachers, and school administrators. The team facilitates at each … Continue reading

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UB School of Law Alumni Board Member Nick Hawkins Completes Term as President

On May 20, Nicholas B. Hawkins, J.D. ’15, MBA ’17, adjourned his last meeting as the University of Baltimore School of Law Alumni Board’s current president. Hawkins, an associate at Womble Bond Dickinson, joined the board in 2016 as a … Continue reading

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UB Law Prof. Robert Lande: Can COVID-19 Get Congress to Finally Strengthen U.S. Antitrust Law?

“Mergers have severely subverted the U.S. economy’s resilience and undercut the national response to the coronavirus outbreak.” That is the opening salvo in an article published in the May 21 issue of Washington Monthly on the dangers of corporate consolidation in … Continue reading

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UB Law Prof. Gilda Daniels to Speak on Voter Suppression in May 20 Virtual Conference

UB School of Law Prof. Gilda Daniels, author of Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America, will be a panelist in a May 20 virtual conference titled “Voter Suppression and the 2020 Elections: A Threat to Our Democracy?” Register … Continue reading

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UB School of Law Alumna Joyette Holmes Named Special Prosecutor in Ahmaud Arbery Case

Georgia’s attorney general has named Cobb County District Attorney Joyette Holmes, J.D. ’01, as the special prosecutor for the Ahmaud Arbery case, according to news reports. Holmes began her term as Cobb’s top prosecutor in July 2019. Prior to that, … Continue reading

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UB School of Law Prof. Michael Meyerson Receives UB President’s Faculty Award

Michael I. Meyerson, DLA Piper Professor of Law at the UB School of Law, is the recipient of the President’s Faculty Award for 2020. This meritorious award is the highest that UB’s president, Kurt L. Schmoke, may bestow upon a … Continue reading

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UB Law’s Community Development Clinic Honored by Clinical Legal Education Association for Water Justice Project

This post is an edited version of an email sent to the UB School of Law community by Prof. Margaret E. Johnson, who is associate dean for experiential education, co-director of the Center on Applied Feminism, and director of the … Continue reading

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