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Law Professor: Proposal to Privatize VA is 'Perilous'

Law Professor: Proposal to Privatize VA is 'Perilous'

April 5, 2016

Writing in Forbes, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Charles Tiefer highlights a proposal that would shutter Veterans Affairs and replace it with private service providers. The plan pits those who would reform the agency against those who would close it down in favor of the private sector.

U.S. Senator Ben Cardin Joins Law Students in Talk on 'Fully Functional' Supreme Court, April 8

U.S. Senator Ben Cardin Joins Law Students in Talk on 'Fully Functional' Supreme Court, April 8

April 5, 2016

U.S. Senator Ben Cardin will join University of Baltimore School of Law students and leadership for a discussion on the importance of a "fully functional" Supreme Court and the responsibilities of the Senate and president in regards to the court's operations on April 8. The session is open to the public. "The consideration of Supreme Court nominee Chief Judge Merrick Garland is not a matter for the next president and the next Congress – it is a matter for this president and this Congress," Cardin said.

'Fate of Scholarship in American Law Schools' Conference, March 31 - April 1

'Fate of Scholarship in American Law Schools' Conference, March 31 - April 1

March 30, 2016

The University of Baltimore School of Law will host a two-day conference, "The Fate of Scholarship in American Law Schools," beginning March 31. Keynote speakers include Jack M. Balkin, Knight Professor of Constitutional Law and the First Amendment at Yale Law School; and Kellye Y. Testy, the 2016 Association of American Law Schools president and the Toni Rembe Dean Professor at the University of Washington School of Law.

Dean Weich: Maryland Reform Bill 'Important Step' to Improve Public Safety

Dean Weich: Maryland Reform Bill 'Important Step' to Improve Public Safety

March 17, 2016

In an op-ed co-authored in The Washington Post, University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich says that reforms proposed in the Maryland legislature will support efforts to reduce the state's prison population and assist former inmates as they return to society.

Law Professor: There May Be a Way for the Senate to Approve Garland for the Supreme Court

Law Professor: There May Be a Way for the Senate to Approve Garland for the Supreme Court

March 16, 2016

Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes in Forbes that President Obama's nomination of a moderate for Supreme Court justice may prompt Senate Republicans to moderate their stance on not giving the nominee a hearing.

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