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Prof. Tiefer: Omnibus Spending Bill a ‘New Low’ for Congress

In his latest column in Forbes, University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Charles Tiefer says that the process for getting an omnibus spending bill through Congress has reached a new low—but not for the reasons that you might expect, … Continue reading

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April 10: A Look from All Angles

Join UB’s Law Review for their spring symposium on Tuesday, April 10, 4-7 p.m. This year’s event is titled, A Look from All Angles: Discussing the Use of Police Body-Worn Cameras. The event will take place in the Moot Courtroom … Continue reading

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Alyssa Fieo is new assistant dean for Law Career Development

Alyssa R. Fieo, an attorney with extensive experience mentoring law students and young lawyers, is the University of Baltimore School of Law’s new assistant dean for Law Career Development. Fieo, who earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard in 1987 and … Continue reading

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Top 100 Women list includes 7 women with links to law school

The Daily Record‘s 2018 Maryland’s Top 100 Women award winners include seven women linked to the University of Baltimore School of Law. One of the UB law honorees, an alumna, will be inducted into the Circle of Excellence, a group reserved for … Continue reading

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Buy tickets for the May 3 celebration of Byron Warnken’s career

Please join faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of the University of Baltimore School of Law to celebrate the amazing career of Professor Byron L. Warnken, J.D. `77, on the occasion of his retirement. The event will take place on … Continue reading

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March 27: Technological Innovation and Urban Development

Technology has transformed our personal lives. Now it is about to transform our communities and the wider world, with innovations such as self-driving vehicles and drones, to name just a couple. On Tuesday, March 27, the University of Baltimore Journal of … Continue reading

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Trivedi in The Sun: Abuse bill would criminalize professionals

Bronfein Family Law Clinic Fellow Shanta Trivedi contributed an op-ed to today’s Baltimore Sun that advocates against a proposed state bill to criminally penalize “mandatory reporters” who fail to report suspected child abuse or neglect. Bills in the Maryland House and … Continue reading

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