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Law Professor: Smaller Government Led to Waste in War Spending

Law Professor: Smaller Government Led to Waste in War Spending

July 17, 2013

A Marketplace Morning Report analysis of why money was wasted in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts included commentary by Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and an appointed member of the Commission on Wartime Contracting.

Law Professor: Americans Must Respect Zimmerman Jury's Verdict

Law Professor: Americans Must Respect Zimmerman Jury's Verdict

July 15, 2013

Appearing on CNN, University of Baltimore Law Professor Michael Higginbotham says that regardless of what the jury does in the Trayvon Martin murder case, "the most important thing is that justice be done."

Law Professor on CNN: Voting Rights Decision is 'Really Sad'

Law Professor on CNN: Voting Rights Decision is 'Really Sad'

June 26, 2013

University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Michael Higginbotham was a guest of Piers Morgan on CNN on June 25 to add insights into the Supreme Court's decision to strike down part of the Voting Rights Act. "I think it's really sad," Higginbotham said.

Law Professor: Justice Alito 'Inexcusably Rude' to Supreme Court Colleague

Law Professor: Justice Alito 'Inexcusably Rude' to Supreme Court Colleague

June 25, 2013

University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Garrett Epps says that the "display of rudeness" by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito toward his colleague, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was "jarring," and brought "gasps" from the audience watching the court's proceedings on June 24.

Law Professor: Government Oversight for Security Clearances a 'Fig Leaf'

Law Professor: Government Oversight for Security Clearances a 'Fig Leaf'

June 21, 2013

Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and a former member of the U.S. Commission on Wartime Contracting, tells the Washington Post that government oversight of private contractors checking security clearances is a "mere formality." "The notion that government officials have the final decision about granting or denying clearances is a mere fig leaf, and a pretty small one at that," Tiefer said.

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