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UB Law Prof. Nienke Grossman Returns To U.N. to Advise on Selection Process for ICC Judges

UB School of Law Prof. Nienke Grossman recently returned to the United Nations to provide expert testimony on proposed changes to the nomination and selection process for judges in the International Criminal Court (ICC). With the Assembly of States Parties … Continue reading

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UB School of Law Prof. Jane Murphy Named an Influential Marylander by The Daily Record

Jane C. Murphy, Laurence M. Katz Professor of Law at UB School of Law, has been named an Influential Marylander for 2020 by The Daily Record, Baltimore’s legal and business newspaper. Murphy has taught at UB Law since 1988, when … Continue reading

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UB Law Forum Symposium on Feb. 11 Addresses Relevance of City Charter in Today’s Baltimore

How relevant is the Baltimore City Charter, originally created in 1898, in a 21st-century Baltimore? That is the question a panel of current and former elected officials will address on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the UB Law Forum Symposium, “The … Continue reading

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UB Law Prof. Gilda Daniels’ Book, ‘Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America,’ Enjoys Positive Debut

Ms. magazine calls it “required reading … the definitive book on fighting against voter suppression and the erosion of our democracy.” Library Journal says, “[T]his work sounds an alarm for any and all readers interested in reversing the damage and … Continue reading

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‘Broken Trust’ Filmmaker and Former Gymnast Visit UB School of Law to Screen Film and Discuss Abuse of Amateur Athletes

Over the past few years, the news media has reported numerous stories of coaches who preyed upon young athletes. The film “Broken Trust: Ending Athlete Abuse,” to be shown at UB School of Law on Thursday, Feb. 6,  gives voice … Continue reading

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Free Menstrual Products Are Now Offered in UB School of Law Restrooms

In response to a request from law student advocates, free menstrual products are now available in the gender-neutral bathrooms on the Angelos Law Center’s first floor and in the women’s bathrooms on 0, 2, 5, 8, 10 and 12. This … Continue reading

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UB Law Clinical Faculty Contribute to Advocates’ Guide to Tax Issues Affecting Victims of Human Trafficking

Directors of the UB School of Law’s Human Trafficking Prevention Project and Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic contributed to a publication intended to assist lawyers and advocates for survivors of human trafficking. The 28-page publication, An Advocate’s Guide to Tax Issues Affecting … Continue reading

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