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Law Professor: 'Don't Ban Youth Football - Make It Safer'

Law Professor: 'Don't Ban Youth Football - Make It Safer'

November 21, 2013

Dionne Koller, associate professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and director of the school's Center for Sport and the Law, writes in an opinion piece in The Baltimore Sun that the game of football can be hazardous for children - and that means that the culture that surrounds it must come together to reform the game to make it safer.

Law School's Academic Support Director on 'What Makes a Lawyer'

Law School's Academic Support Director on 'What Makes a Lawyer'

November 8, 2013

"[M]any law students will graduate - and pass the bar - with very little, if any, experience providing direct legal services. ... It's time for a change - a change that will benefit not just new lawyers but our society as well." So says Claudia Diamond, director of Academic Support in the School of Law and an advocate for a pro bono requirement for all newly minted lawyers, in an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun.

Law Professor: Children in Foster Care Are Suffering Due to Rules

Law Professor: Children in Foster Care Are Suffering Due to Rules

October 17, 2013

In an opinion piece in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Daniel Hatcher examines the impact of a government practice of claiming foster children's monetary benefits as a way of offsetting the cost of their care.

Law Professor: President Has Options for Ending Shutdown

Law Professor: President Has Options for Ending Shutdown

October 11, 2013

Appearing on MSNBC, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Charles Tiefer says President Obama has a handful of options to bring the government shutdown to an end.

Law Professor: Treasury Sec. Will Break Law If He Ignores Congress on Debt Ceiling

Law Professor: Treasury Sec. Will Break Law If He Ignores Congress on Debt Ceiling

October 11, 2013

University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Garrett Epps tells the New York Post that U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will be in violation of the Second Liberty Bond Act of 1917 if he ignores Congress and pays the nation's creditors beyond the debt ceiling, which the country is expected to hit in the next several days.

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