The 21st University of Baltimore Students for Public Interest auction will take place on Feb. 13 in the John and Frances Angelos Law Center. UBSPI is a student-run organization dedicated to advancing public interest law. For two decades, the organization has inspired students to pursue careers focused on serving the less fortunate by helping them obtain equal representation in the justice system.
The University of Baltimore School of Law's chapter of the national Innocence Project is receiving attention due to the overwhelming popularity of the Serial podcast. Prof. Michele Nethercott, director of the Innocence Project Clinic in the School of Law, speaks to WMAR-TV about the work of the project.
In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, Elizabeth Keyes, director of the Immigrant Rights Clinic at the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes that President Obama's announcement about reforms on immigration policy are an opportunity to improve the lives of many immigrants living in Maryland.
In an interview with SCOTUSblog, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Garrett Epps reveals the inspiration behind his new book, American Justice 2014: Nine Clashing Visions on the Supreme Court.
Judgment at Nuremberg, the 1961 film about the Nazi war crime trials, will be shown by the University of Baltimore School of Law on Nov. 22. Judge Stephen J. Sfekas of the Baltimore City Circuit Court will introduce the film and will lead a discussion about justice and the responsibility of judges.