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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.

Law School's Bessler to Speak on Death Penalty at Nobel Peace Prize Forum, March 1

Law School's Bessler to Speak on Death Penalty at Nobel Peace Prize Forum, March 1

January 16, 2014

John Bessler, associate professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and a noted expert on capital punishment, will speak on the death penalty at the 26th annual Nobel Peace Prize Forum in Minneapolis on March 1.

Law Professor: Contracting with Feds Should Get Tougher in 2014

Law Professor: Contracting with Feds Should Get Tougher in 2014

January 6, 2014

Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore Law School, tells Federal News Radio that competition for federal contracts should get tougher in 2014.

Sun Columnist: Angelos Law Center a 'Dazzler'

Sun Columnist: Angelos Law Center a 'Dazzler'

December 27, 2013

Baltimore Sun columnist Jacques Kelly calls UB's John and Frances Angelos Law Center a "dazzler," and one of the highlights of a year of positive developments across the city.

Law Professor's Treatise on Maryland Criminal Procedure Offers a Lifetime of Insights

Law Professor's Treatise on Maryland Criminal Procedure Offers a Lifetime of Insights

December 20, 2013

Maryland Criminal Procedure, the recently published three-volume treatise by University of Baltimore School of Law Associate Professor Byron Warnken, J.D. '77, showcases a lifetime of this scholar and practitioner’s labors in understanding how criminal law has evolved in Maryland, and how it functions in a variety of settings, from enforcement to trial to conviction.

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