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Professor Koller discusses sexual violence, athletics at Baylor

Professor Dionne Koller, director of UB’s Center for Sport and the Law, is quoted in a Friday, May 27 story in Inside Higher Ed about upheaval at Baylor University over its football program. An analysis commissioned by the Texas university … Continue reading

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Tiefer: State IG’s report more helps than hurts Hillary Clinton

Professor Charles Tiefer, in a column published Wednesday in Forbes.com, says that the State Department Inspector General’s report on Hillary Clinton’s emails while she was secretary of state more helps than hurts her. Writes Tiefer: “It does not add any … Continue reading

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Jaros is sought-after commentator on Freddie Gray cases

Professor David Jaros was quoted in national and international news outlets this week about the verdict in the trial of Officer Edward Nero, who helped arrest Freddie Gray last April. Nero was acquitted of all charges on Monday, May 23 by … Continue reading

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Lee testifies before House subcommittee about public housing

Professor Jaime Alison Lee, director of the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Community Development Clinic, testified May 12, 2016, before the U.S. House of Representatives’ Financial Services Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance at a hearing titled “The Future of … Continue reading

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In The New York Times, Jaros weighs in on Nero’s acquittal

Professor David Jaros is quoted in today’s New York Times in a story about the acquittal on all four charges of Officer Edward Nero. Nero is among six Baltimore police officers charged in the case of Freddie Gray, 25, who … Continue reading

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Commencement speaker Bright wins case at Supreme Court

The Supreme Court ruled, 7-1, Monday that Georgia prosecutors violated the Constitution when they struck every black prospective juror in a death-penalty case against a black man. Justice Clarence Thomas provided the sole dissent in the case, Foster v. Chatman. … Continue reading

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Joint UB-UM legal incubator highlighted in The Daily Record

The Daily Record highlighted the work of Maryland’s new legal incubator in a May 19 article, “New incubator program assists fledgling solo practitioners.” The incubator was launched in January as a project of the UB School of Law, the University … Continue reading

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