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Tiefer covers bombshell revelations in the ‘Paradise Papers’

Professor Charles Tiefer wrote about the just-released “Paradise Papers” in a Sunday column for Forbes that, as of noon on Monday, had received more than 75,000 hits. The huge trove of documents — 13.4 million records covering decades of deals … Continue reading

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Today: Law Forum symposium to focus on ‘Memory and Proof’

RSVP today for the University of Baltimore Law Forum‘s fall symposium, “Memory and Proof: Victims of Child Sex Abuse and the Maryland Courts.” Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017 3-6 p.m. Moot Courtroom (0 level) John and Frances Angelos Law Center 1401 … Continue reading

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A 3L and her ‘UBeast’ represent law school at Barcstoberfest

3L Kelly Goebel and her boyfriend, Hunter Campbell, showed off UB pride – and their adorable puppy — at the 13th annual Barcstoberfest fundraiser on Oct. 28. Held in Patterson Park, the event raised money for BARCS – Baltimore Animal … Continue reading

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Emily Rogers to be honored for work at Senior Legal Services

Emily Rogers, J.D. ’12, associate director of the University of Baltimore’s Law Career Development Office, or LCDO, will be honored Nov. 8, 2017, by the Bar Association of Baltimore City and the Baltimore Bar Foundation for her work with Senior … Continue reading

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On NPR, Wehle discusses NFL players’ free-speech rights

Professor Kimberly Wehle spoke on NPR’s Morning Edition program today (Oct. 25, 2017) as part of a segment titled “Your Questions About Activism In Sports, Answered.” Wehle responded to a listener who asked if NFL players could be compelled to … Continue reading

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Stead Lecture: Genocide & Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act

The Center for International and Comparative Law‘s annual Stead Lecture will be presented Wednesday evening by Vivian Curran, distinguished professor of law at the University of Pittsburgh. Professor Curran’s talk is titled “Genocide and the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.” Wednesday, Oct. … Continue reading

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Two events & two films honor Baltimorean Thurgood Marshall

This month marks the 50th anniversary of Thurgood Marshall’s swearing-in as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Marshall, who was born and raised in Baltimore, served on the Court from October 1967 to October 1991. He … Continue reading

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