Monthly Archives: November 2020

UB Law Professors Offer Advice to Incoming Biden Administration on Combating the Pandemic, Restoring Rule of Law

As President-Elect Joe Biden begins to put together his Cabinet and governing agenda for his upcoming administration, he faces numerous challenges, from a surging pandemic to a struggling economy. He also has the daunting task, many say, of restoring integrity … Continue reading

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‘Dissecting the Defund the Police Movement’: One UB Law Student’s Analysis

This article was written for the University of Baltimore Law Forum by Candice Miller, a third-year law student and associate editor for Law Forum. It is reprinted with permission. The entire article, with the citations, can be found here. The … Continue reading

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GSA Head’s Blockage of Biden Transition Signals Blatant Partisanship, UB Law Professors Say

By law, the head of the General Services Administration (GSA) is authorized to trigger the machinery of the Presidential Transition Act, facilitating the transition from outgoing President Trump to President-elect Joe Biden. The agency chief is to make an “ascertainment” … Continue reading

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Visit From Retired U.S. District Judge Gerald Bruce Lee Enlivens Civil Procedure Class for UB Law 1L Students

This post was written by 1L Sadina Zaccari. With the U.S. ablaze with social justice issues, on the eve of arguably the most important event in modern American history, Prof. Nienke Grossman’s 1L Civil Procedure class was treated to the … Continue reading

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UB Law Prof. McFarlane Responds to Suit Against Real Estate Firm Redfin, Alleging Discriminatory Practices in Baltimore and Elsewhere

The National Fair Housing Alliance has filed a federal complaint against Redfin, a national real estate firm, alleging the company’s online listing services unlawfully favor white consumers and neighborhoods compared to their nonwhite counterparts in Baltimore and nine other cities. … Continue reading

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UB Law’s November Webinars Feature an Assessment of the ADA at 30 and an Analysis of the Presidential Election

The UB Law in Focus Discussion Series continues in November with Zoom webinars on disability law and the 2020 presidential election. On Wednesday, Nov. 4, from 5 to 6 p.m., a panel of experts in disability law will address “The … Continue reading

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