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Juvenile Justice Project student testifies about parole reform

Juvenile Justice Project student-attorney Karilyn Lee testified yesterday before Maryland’s House Judiciary Committee in support of legislation to reform the parole process. House Bill 846 would remove the governor from the parole process for individuals serving life terms. While the … Continue reading

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UB Public Interest online auction is live — start bidding!

Today marks the official start of the online portion of the 24th Annual UB Public Interest Gala & Auction. Beginning at 12 p.m. EST on Friday, Feb. 16, you can visit biddingforgood.com/ubspi and bid on the items listed online. The … Continue reading

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Attention UB: The road to hell is paved with works-in-progress*

… so don’t delay, submit your work today! The 2018 editorial staff of Skelter is seeking submissions for the spring 2018 issue of the University of Baltimore’s literary journal, which is written exclusively by members of the UB community. You … Continue reading

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Student, a former NFL player, backs tackle football ban for kids

UB School of Law student Madieu Williams, a former University of Maryland and NFL player, is supporting a bill that would prohibit children in Maryland public schools from playing tackle football until they are in high school, The Baltimore Sun … Continue reading

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March 5: Court of Special Appeals of Md. to sit at law center

You are invited to attend the sitting of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland at the University of Baltimore School of Law on Monday, March 5, 2018. The court will be in session from 9:30 a.m. to noon in … Continue reading

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BLSA teams take 2nd place at regionals, move up to nationals

The University of Baltimore Black Law Students Association’s Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial team and Frederick Douglass Moot Court team both garnered second-place awards this past weekend at the Mid-Atlantic Black Law Students Association Convention, held in Portsmouth, Va. Both UB … Continue reading

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Can he plead the Fifth? Wehle says that’s no option for Trump

Professor Kimberly Wehle has been in demand as an expert commentator as investigations into Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election home in on several people close to the Trump campaign and administration, including President Donald Trump himself. Wehle, a … Continue reading

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