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DOJ Suit Against Google Could Be Most Important Antitrust Case Since 1998 Microsoft Challenge, Says UB Law Prof. Robert Lande

This post was written by Robert Lande, Venable Professor of Law at UB School of Law. On Oct. 20, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) sued Google for illegally maintaining a monopoly on internet searching and internet search advertising. DOJ has … Continue reading

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UB Law’s Dionne Koller to Help Develop ‘Desperately Needed’ Statement on Children’s Rights in Sport

UB School of Law Associate Dean Dionne Koller, director of the Center for Sport and the Law, has embarked on a one-year partnership with Project Play to create a Children’s Rights in Sport statement. She will collaborate with Athletes for … Continue reading

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UB Law’s Stead Lecturer Gay McDougall to Discuss How the World Views the Black Lives Matter Movement

Renowned human rights scholar and advocate Gay McDougall will deliver UB School of Law’s 25th Annual John Sumner Stead Lecture in International Law on the international community’s response to the Black Lives Matter movement. Her talk, “Cries of BLM Reverberate … Continue reading

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UB Law Prof. Grossman Writes on How IntLawGrrls Scholars Are Fighting Trump Administration Executive Order

UB Law Prof. Nienke Grossman, co-director of the law school’s Center for International and Comparative Law, wrote this article for IntLawGrrls, a blog authored by women who teach and work in international law, policy and practice. It was published on Oct. … Continue reading

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UB Law in Focus Series Looks at ‘Notorious RBG’ and ‘Recognizing’ the Black Family in October; ADA at 30 in November

The UB Law in Focus Discussion Series continues in October with webinars examining the life and legacy of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and a look at how family law, estate law, and the child welfare system … Continue reading

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UB Pres. Schmoke to Discuss ‘Non-Lawyer’ Career Opportunities for Those with J.D. Degrees on Oct. 13 Panel

UB President Kurt L. Schmoke will join a panel discussion for lawyers interested in careers that do not involve the practice of law. The webinar will be moderated by Maryland Del. Shaneka Henson, a 2010 graduate of UB School of … Continue reading

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UB Law Student Sabrina Marquez Receives One of Three Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship Awards

Sabrina N. Marquez, a member of the UB Law Class of 2022, has won a Baker Donelson Diversity Scholarship. Each year for the past 13 years, the firm has awarded $10,000 scholarships to three rising 2L students throughout the United … Continue reading

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Baltimore City Council President Introduces Bill to Implement Water Accountability Measure Fought for by UB Law Clinic

Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott has introduced legislation to update the implementation timeline for the Water Accountability & Equity Act, a measure for which UB School of Law’s Community Development Clinic (CDC) has been advocating for years as part … Continue reading

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UB Law Professors Meyerson and Wehle Discuss Supreme Court and Its Upcoming Term in Radio Appearances

On this first Monday in October, when the Supreme Court begins a new term, UB School of Law DLA Piper Prof. Michael Meyerson appeared on WYPR’s On the Record program to discuss the current state of the Court and some … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Jurisprudence Starts with ‘Why’ and Ends with ‘How,’ Writes a UB School of Law CFCC Student Fellow

This post was written by Jillianne Crescenzi, a member of the UB School of Law Class of 2022, for a blog managed by the Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children and the Courts (CFCC) at UB Law. Crescenzi … Continue reading

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