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Immigrant Rights Clinic secures asylum for three clients in as many weeks

Professor Elizabeth Keyes, director of UB’s Immigrant Rights Clinic, sends exciting news: I am so happy to let you all know that, under the supervision of Emily Torstveit Ngara (above), our fellow in the Immigrant Rights Clinic, the clinic just got … Continue reading

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Alternative Spring Break: A week of giving back to the community

Last week, about 35 law students took part in Alternative Spring Break activities organized by UB’s Law Career Development Office (LCDO). In addition to serving dinner to veterans at Baltimore Station (see March 19 blog post), UB School of Law students … Continue reading

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Law school hosts three-day conference on veterans in the legal system

Scholars and judges from across the United States attended a three-day conference at the University of Baltimore School of Law devoted to the situation of veterans, particularly those whose rocky return to civilian life lands them in trouble with the … Continue reading

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Dean Weich, law students serve dinner at Baltimore center for homeless veterans

Dean Ronald Weich and several law students served dinner Wednesday night at Baltimore Station, a residential treatment program that helps veterans and others to end the cycle of poverty, addiction and homelessness and to become self sufficient. About 80 percent … Continue reading

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Community Development Clinic and Community Law Center hold daylong event to provide free legal help to nonprofits

Community Development Clinic teaching fellow Parag Rajendra Khandhar provided the following report: On Saturday, Feb. 28, the University of Baltimore School of Law Community Development Clinic and Community Law Center Inc. held a daylong program to provide free advice and legal … Continue reading

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Prof. Colin Starger signs on to amicus brief in same-sex marriage case before Supreme Court

Professor Colin Starger is a signatory to an amicus brief filed in the Obergefell litigation before the U.S. Supreme Court. Written primarily by Aderson Bellegarde François (Howard University) and Peggy Cooper Davis (NYU), the brief makes the historical argument that … Continue reading

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Trademark duo of Brook and Bloom takes Best Oralist Team honors in national finals

Coach Rob McCord sent the following report about the University of Baltimore Trademark Law Moot Court Team of Michael Brook and Katherine Bloom: Arriving even sharper than they were at their second-place finish at regionals in New York City, the … Continue reading

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