Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and former deputy general counsel for the U.S. House of Representatives, tells CNBC that the federal government isn't shutdown - it's more like a "fiscal coma."
Speaking on NPR, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Charles Tiefer, an expert in Congressional rules and federal regulations, says the looming shutdown of the nation's government is rooted in a legal opinion rendered during the Carter administration.
Wendy Gerzog, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, tells Bloomberg BusinessWeek that the bending of the tax code to avoid estate tax is "beyond belief," with certain practices leading to "a world of unreality."
The Hon. Judge John F. Gossart, Jr., J.D. '74, U.S. Immigration Judge and University of Baltimore School of Law adjunct professor, was profiled by The Federal Lawyer, the magazine of the Federal Bar Association, in recognition of his recent retirement. Gossart, who teaches imigration law at UB, practiced law for more than 40 years.
Writing in The Atlantic, Garrett Epps, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, analyzes President Obama's request to Congress for authority to use force against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, and finds the legislative branch actually giving the executive branch even more power.