In an op-ed in The Hill, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Kimberly Wehle reacts to the recent news that White House staff have considered invoking the 25th Amendment to have President Donald Trump removed from office. The amendment may be effective, Wehle writes, but "impeachment remains the best bet for addressing fatal problems with an incumbent presidency."
On Constitution Day, Sept. 17, the University of Baltimore School of Law will host a panel discussion with Professors Garrett Epps, Michael Higginbotham, and Kimberly Wehle, and moderated by Dean Ronald Weich. The topic, "Trump * Mueller * Kavanaugh: The Constitutional Landscape Ahead," will consider what may result from the policies and actions of the current administration.
The University of Baltimore School of Law Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children and the Courts is providing training, technical assistance, and guidance on a court improvement project in Douglas County, Neb., to evaluate the possibility of implementing a Unified Family Court pilot initiative.
Interviewed on NPR on Aug. 21, University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Kimberly Wehle says that the use of the term "perjury trap" by President Trump in his continuing criticisms of the Mueller investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election is problematic, in that it undercuts the intent of the rule of law and investigative norms.
Michele Gilman, the Venable Professor of Law in the University of Baltimore School of Law, director of clinical education and co-director for the school’s Center on Applied Feminism, will appear on the Aug. 21 edition of NPR’s 1A with host Joshua Johnson for a show about the Equal Rights Amendment.