Monthly Archives: September 2020

Asian American Judges in Maryland Offer Advice to Law Students in Asian Pacific ABA Event

This post was written by Arriana Sajjad, a member of the Class of 2022 at UB Law and vice president of APALSA. Three judges of Asian Pacific descent offered advice to law students in a candid “fireside chat” hosted by … Continue reading

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Meet the Four New Faculty Members Who Joined UB School of Law This Year

UB Law is pleased to welcome four new faculty members this year: three tenure-track professors and a visiting professor. Jamie Abrams is a visiting professor for the full academic year, teaching Torts/ILS, Family Law, and Rules & Reasoning. Her research … Continue reading

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More Wins for Veterans Thanks to Student-Attorneys in UB Law’s Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic

The UB School of Law Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic (VAC) has three recent case wins to share with the community. Here are summaries written by Katy Clemens, clinical teaching fellow in the clinic. In the first case, the VAC … Continue reading

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UB Law Prof. Starger Blazes New Frontiers in Legal Scholarship with Innovative Research and Publishing Platform

How can academic legal research best inform contemporary “real world” legal debates? How can technology improve the process of legal research? Such questions animate the recent work of UB Law Prof. Colin Starger and showcase the innovation happening at UB … Continue reading

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UB Law Prof. Gilman Publishes Guide to Automated Decision-Making Systems for Lawyers Assisting Low-Income Clients

UB Law Venable Prof. Michele Gilman today published a report, Poverty Lawgorithms: A Poverty Lawyers Guide to Fighting Automated Decision-Making Harms on Low-Income Communities. The 63-page document is a guide for poverty lawyers that explains automated decision-making systems so they … Continue reading

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Prof. Kim Wehle Joins Sept. 15 Panel to Consider ‘If Everyone Voted’ as Part of 92nd Street Y Series

Prof. Kim Wehle will join a panel of experts on voting for an online discussion as part of the 92nd Street Y series. The Sept. 15 event, “If Everyone Voted,” will consider what would happen if 80, 90, or even … Continue reading

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UB Law Alumna Amy Askew Shares the Benefits of Her Law Review Experience with Current Students

The UB Law Review kicked off the new academic year with a virtual happy hour featuring alumna Amy Askew, J.D. ’01, as the guest speaker. Askew, a principal at Kramon & Graham, is a Maryland trial lawyer with experience representing … Continue reading

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Scholarship Created in Memory of Katrina Dennis Approaches its $100,000 Goal; Matching Opportunity Available Until Sept. 4

One year after the death of Katrina J. Dennis, a 2004 graduate of the UB School of Law and a member of the University of Maryland Board of Regents, a scholarship named for her approaches its $100,000 goal. Dennis died … Continue reading

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