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Chronicle of Higher Education Reviews New Law Center

Chronicle of Higher Education Reviews New Law Center

June 12, 2013

The Chronicle of Higher Education has posted a review of the University of Baltimore's new John and Frances Angelos Law Center. "The new building is ... as memorable as any in the city," says reporter Lawrence Biemiller.

$1M Angelos Gift to School of Law's Baltimore Scholars Program to Increase Diversity

$1M Angelos Gift to School of Law's Baltimore Scholars Program to Increase Diversity

June 4, 2013

A $1 million gift from Peter Angelos, LL.B. '61, will be used by the University of Baltimore School of Law to strengthen its Baltimore Scholars Program, an intensive, one-on-one approach to enhancing diversity in legal education and in the wider legal community. The five-year-old initiative will be renamed the Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence. Both Peter Angelos and his sister, Fannie Angelos, LL.B. '51, are graduates of the School of Law. The formal announcement of the gift was made on June 10.

Supreme Court's Kagan Answers Law Students' Questions

Supreme Court's Kagan Answers Law Students' Questions

May 6, 2013

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Elena Kagan spoke with UB law students April 30 before celebrating the grand opening of the new John and Frances Angelos Law Center in the evening.

Dogs Relieve Law Students' Stress

Dogs Relieve Law Students' Stress

April 29, 2013

Calling all law students: Feeling stressed? Worried about your classes? The University of Baltimore School of Law's "Stress-Free Zone" will be held in the law school lobby on May 3. The event will feature friendly dogs that will help you relax and unwind.

Law Professor: We Need Grace's Law to Stop Cyberbullies

Law Professor: We Need Grace's Law to Stop Cyberbullies

April 23, 2013

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Michael I. Meyerson calls for the signing of "Grace's Law," a state bill that would prevent someone from repeatedly and maliciously using electronic communications to inflict emotional distress on a minor.

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