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UB’s Ronald Weich Among Nation’s Law School Deans Making Rare Statement Addressing 2020 Election and Attack on Capitol

Deans from 157 of the nation’s law schools — including University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich — made a rare departure from a tradition of impartiality by issuing a Jan. 12 statement condemning the Jan. 6 attack … Continue reading

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University of Baltimore Law Jan. 12 Webinar Will Examine Challenges to the Peaceful Transfer of Power

In the wake of an insurrection at the Capitol building in support of the defeated sitting president, which coincided with a move by some lawmakers to challenge certification of the Electoral College results, the University of Baltimore School of Law … Continue reading

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Lunchtime Discussion of Kavanaugh Hearings

The Senate confirmation process for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been a traumatic time for the country, and a tumultuous one for the rule of law. People have lots of questions and concerns about how the confirmation process is … Continue reading

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