Monthly Archives: February 2021

‘Unimaginable Pain, Grief, Anger, and Suffering.’ One Year Later, Joyette Holmes Reflects on the Ahmaud Arbery Killing

On this one-year anniversary of the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, we asked University of Baltimore Law alumna Joyette Holmes, J.D. ’01, for her thoughts. Holmes was Cobb County, Ga., District Attorney when she was appointed special prosecutor in the case … Continue reading

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Support the School of Law on University of Baltimore‚Äôs March 3 Day of Giving Fund-Raising Event

On March 3, the School of Law community will participate in the University-wide Day of Giving campaign. This 24-hour online fundraising event is a convenient and fun way for alumni and friends to donate to the law school as a … Continue reading

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PreLaw Magazine Again Recognizes University of Baltimore Law for the Diversity of its Student Body and its Faculty

For the second year in a row, preLaw magazine has recognized University of Baltimore School of Law as one of the most diverse among the nation’s law schools. In the article “Most Diverse Law Schools,” in the Winter 2021 issue, … Continue reading

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Baltimore Law Alumnus and Military Judge Advocate Trains Troops Protecting the U.S. Capitol on Rules for Use of Force

We’ve all seen the videos of the chaos at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. In its aftermath, National Guard troops were called in from multiple states to restore and maintain order. One of those was University of Baltimore School … Continue reading

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