Monthly Archives: April 2021

Two Bills Recently Passed Will Promote Diversity, Low-Income Tax Efforts at The University of Baltimore School of Law

During the 2021 Maryland Legislative session, The University of Baltimore worked with legislators to pass two bills that will have a positive impact at the UB School of Law. The leadership of Sen. Cory McCray and Del. Shaneka Henson helped … Continue reading

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University of Baltimore Law Dean Weich Calls End of Filibuster ‘A Nightmare for Progressives’ in Politico Op-Ed

“With astonishing speed, it’s become conventional wisdom on the left that the filibuster must go,” Dean Ronald Weich’s Politico essay begins. “Having seized full control of the White House and Congress β€” but just barely β€” many Democrats naturally see … Continue reading

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University of Baltimore School of Law Alumnus Glenn M. Sulmasy Named President of Nichols College

Nichols College has named Glenn M. Sulmasy, J.D. ’97, LL.M., as its eighth president. He will begin his tenure on July 1, 2021. The school, located in Dudley, Mass., has a $21.8 million endowment and enrolls about 1,144 students on … Continue reading

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April 15 Public Interest and Access-to-Justice Webinar Will Focus on Work of Three University of Baltimore Law Alumni

Over the past year, systemic issues of race, rights and access to justice were brought to light in new ways through the lens of a global pandemic and demonstrations seeking meaningful police reform. The legal community is at the forefront … Continue reading

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Baltimore Law’s 12th Feminist Legal Theory Conference, April 22-23, to Focus on Applied Feminism and Privacy

“Applied Feminism and Privacy” is the theme of this year’s 12th Feminist Legal Theory Conference at the University of Baltimore School of Law, April 22-23. As always, the Center on Applied Feminism’s conference focuses on the intersection of gender and … Continue reading

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University of Baltimore Law’s Dionne Koller Named Co-Chair of U.S. Olympics and Paralympics Commission

Prof. Dionne L. Koller, associate dean at the University of Baltimore School of Law and director of its Center for Sport and the Law, has been named co-chair of the Commission on the State of the United States Olympic and … Continue reading

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