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Hatcher to speak about poverty and housing in Baltimore City

Professor Daniel Hatcher will take part in an Oct. 24 Baltimore Sun Newsmaker Forum devoted to a discussion of problems in Baltimore City housing. The panel discussion will be moderated by reporter Doug Donovan, the co-author, with Jean Marbella, of “Dismissed: Tenants … Continue reading

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Sign up today to learn how to apply for the Maryland bar exam

  Claudia Diamond, assistant dean for academic and writing support, will expertly guide you through the Maryland Bar Exam application and provide you with important insight to help you: • understand the timeline for filing and the logistics of the … Continue reading

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Study law in the Caribbean! Sign up now for Curacao program

  The Curacao winter study-abroad program is a three-week course in international and comparative law. Based at the University of Curacao in the Caribbean, the program allows students to earn 4 credits by studying with professors from the University of … Continue reading

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Grossman: Speaking out about exploitation a personal choice

In a letter to The Baltimore Sun, Professor Nienke Grossman took issue with a columnist who characterized as “willingly silent” people who choose not to speak out about their experiences of exploitation. “Victims of harassment decide whether to speak out … Continue reading

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Fannie Angelos Program highlighted in Baltimore Sun article

An article and an accompanying video in today’s Baltimore Sun highlight the work of the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence. The program, which recruits African-American undergraduates from Maryland’s four historically black colleges and universities, or … Continue reading

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Miller: Sessions claims on asylum-seekers ‘wildly inaccurate’

In a letter to The Washington Post, Professor Nickole Miller said statements about asylum-seekers by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions were “wildly inaccurate and dangerous.” Wrote Miller, a clinical teaching fellow in the Immigrant Rights Clinic: “The Oct. 13 news article ‘Citing … Continue reading

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Nov. 14: Judge Lee of the ‘rocket docket’ to address students

Judge Gerald Bruce Lee (ret.) of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia — known as the “rocket docket” for the speed with which it processes cases — will speak about his experience on the federal bench … Continue reading

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