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Law Professor: Could the Postal Service Become a Bank?

Law Professor: Could the Postal Service Become a Bank?

March 14, 2014

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Cassandra Jones Havard writes that a proposal to allow the U.S. Postal Service to add banking to its service portfolio could help those who are "unbanked" or "underbanked."

UB's Angelos Law Center Achieves LEED Platinum Status for Environmental Sustainability

UB's Angelos Law Center Achieves LEED Platinum Status for Environmental Sustainability

February 17, 2014

The University of Baltimore's John and Frances Angelos Law Center - home of the UB School of Law and a Baltimore landmark since it opened in April 2013 - has been designated a LEED Platinum project by the United States Green Building Council.

Four UB Alumni, Law School Dean Among 'Influential Marylanders'

Four UB Alumni, Law School Dean Among 'Influential Marylanders'

February 7, 2014

University of Baltmore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich, along with four UB alumni, have been named to the Daily Record's 2014 Influential Marylanders list. The list honors those "who have impacted Maryland's business community and have brought services and success to the region."

UB Student Affairs Chief Leads Top Job Placement Group for Student Affairs Professionals

UB Student Affairs Chief Leads Top Job Placement Group for Student Affairs Professionals

February 5, 2014

Shelia Higgs Burkhalter, associate vice president for Student Affairs at the University of Baltimore, has been named 2014 chair of The Placement Exchange, the largest international student affairs and higher-education placement exchange for student affairs professionals.

Law Professor: When It Comes to NSA Surveillance, What Do We Want the Law to Do?

Law Professor: When It Comes to NSA Surveillance, What Do We Want the Law to Do?

January 23, 2014

Colin Starger, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, said on WYPR's Midday with Dan Rodricks show that it is up to citizens to consider how the law should work when it comes to domestic spying.

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