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UB, Maryland Carey law schools announce legal incubator program

A new program designed to provide in-depth legal and business training to recent law school graduates has been announced by University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Dean Donald … Continue reading

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Profs. Anderson and Jaros discuss Gray case in The Sun

Professors Jose Anderson and David Jaros are quoted in a July 23 Baltimore Sun story, “Defense: Mosby either failed to turn over Freddie Gray evidence, or independent investigation didn’t happen.” Lawyers for the six Baltimore police officers charged in Freddie … Continue reading

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Prof. Hugh McClean addresses Army JAG officers about work of Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic

Professor Hugh McClean, director of The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic, gave a presentation July 18 at the annual U.S. Army Reserve Legal Command Northeast Region JAG On-Site Legal Training Conference, held at Fort Belvoir, Va. McClean, who served in the … Continue reading

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Dean Ronald Weich in The Washington Post: Mandatory minimums all about math, not people

Dean Ronald Weich is quoted today in a Washington Post story on the human toll of the government’s decades-long war on drugs and on the particular damage done by mandatory-minimum sentences. Reporter Sari Horwitz‘s article — “From a First Arrest … Continue reading

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On WYPR, Professor Jane Murphy and co-author advance new approaches to family dispute resolution

Jane Murphy, Laurence M. Katz Professor of Law and co-director of the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Mediation Clinic for Families, took part in a “Maryland Morning” segment — “Rethinking Family Dispute Resolution” — that aired July 15 on … Continue reading

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Prof. Dillard discusses Eric Garner settlement on HuffPost Live

Professor J. Amy Dillard was interviewed July 15 for a HuffPost Live segment about New York City’s recently announced $5.9 million settlement with the family of Eric Garner. Garner died a year ago after an encounter with police, who apprehended … Continue reading

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Daily Record highlights Fannie Angelos Program, student

The University of Baltimore School of Law’s Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence and UB law student Matthew Bradford were the focus of a July 9 Daily Record story, “Law school pipeline program connects at firm.” (You will need a subscription to … Continue reading

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