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Prof. Easton's New Book Covers Work of Legendary Free-Speech Lawyer Gilbert Roe

Prof. Easton's New Book Covers Work of Legendary Free-Speech Lawyer Gilbert Roe

January 16, 2018

University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Emeritus Eric Easton's new book, Defending the Masses: A Progressive Lawyer's Battles for Free Speech, is about Gilbert Roe, the principal free-speech lawyer of the early 20th century whose cases involved activists including Emma Goldman, Lincoln Steffens, Margaret Sanger, Max Eastman, Upton Sinclair, John Reed and Eugene Debs, as well as the socialist magazine The Masses and the New York City Teachers Union.

Big Changes in Tax Law? Grad Tax Program Can Help Professionals Get Ready

Big Changes in Tax Law? Grad Tax Program Can Help Professionals Get Ready

January 12, 2018

Attention tax professionals: With major tax legislation just enacted, it's time to get up to speed quickly on the new law's practical implications. The University of Baltimore's Graduate Tax Program, with its skilled, experienced faculty and comprehensive curriculum, is the answer for lawyers and accountants seeking to stay abreast of change - and at the top of their profession.

UB's Black Law Students Association Hosts Day of Service to Commemorate King's Birthday, Jan. 15

UB's Black Law Students Association Hosts Day of Service to Commemorate King's Birthday, Jan. 15

January 10, 2018

The University of Baltimore School of Law chapter of the Black Law Students Association invites you to join its members and friends from Civic Works, BLSA's community partner, on Jan. 15 for a day of service to celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr.

Prof. Koller: Olympics Move to Bar Russia a 'Gold Medal Moment' for Drug-Free Sports

Prof. Koller: Olympics Move to Bar Russia a 'Gold Medal Moment' for Drug-Free Sports

December 6, 2017

Dionne Koller, associate dean in the University f Baltimore School of Law and an expert in sports and the law, contributed an op-ed to U.S. News & World Report about the International Olympic Committee's announcement to suspend Russia's Olympic Committee and ban Russian officials from the upcoming Winter Games because of drug use by their athletes.

Prof. Tiefer Predicts a Government Shutdown Fight That Goes 'Down to the Wire'

Prof. Tiefer Predicts a Government Shutdown Fight That Goes 'Down to the Wire'

December 4, 2017

Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, tells Marketplace that the looming shutdown of the federal government is likely to reach a crisis point before it is resolved.

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