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Prof. Epps: Eight Supreme Court Cases Could Deliver 'Blockbuster' on Due Process for Immigrants

Prof. Epps: Eight Supreme Court Cases Could Deliver 'Blockbuster' on Due Process for Immigrants

May 24, 2017

In his most recent column in the Atlantic, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Garrett Epps writes that what seems like a low-key Supreme Court term could be remembered in history as a "blockbuster" in one area: how much due process is owed to immigrants, undocumented aliens, aliens outside the United States and even naturalized citizens.

Prof. Babb Named Director of New Certificate in Family Law Program

Prof. Babb Named Director of New Certificate in Family Law Program

May 16, 2017

University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Barbara Babb has been named director of the school's Post-J.D. Certificate in Family Law - the first program of its kind in the nation. The new program, which begins in the fall, is designed to meet a critical need for an enhanced, in-depth family law curriculum.

ABA's Diversity Leadership Award Goes to UB School of Law's Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence

ABA's Diversity Leadership Award Goes to UB School of Law's Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence

May 2, 2017

The University of Baltimore School of Law's Fannie Angelos Program - the most successful program of its kind for legal education - has been awarded the prestigious Diversity Leadership Award by the American Bar Association.

City Bar Association Names Law School's Clinical Fellow as Public Interest Lawyer of the Year

City Bar Association Names Law School's Clinical Fellow as Public Interest Lawyer of the Year

May 1, 2017

Zina Makar, clinical fellow and co-director of the Pretrial Justice Clinic in the University of Baltimore School of Law, has been named Public Interest Lawyer of the Year by the Bar Association of Baltimore City.

CICL Students Discuss Trip to Greece to Work with Refugees, April 10

CICL Students Discuss Trip to Greece to Work with Refugees, April 10

April 10, 2017

Seven student fellows from the University of Baltimore's Center for International and Comparative Law traveled to Greece over spring break to work with Advocates Abroad, a nonprofit organization that provides free legal advice to refugees and asylum seekers. A presentation about the fellows' field mission will be held on April 10.

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