A brief look at recent publications by faculty members in the University of Baltimore School of Law reveals not only a sense of dedication to a particular area of the law in which they are experts - but also a determination to explore and critique legal issues. In the past year alone, more than a dozen books, journal articles and book chapters have been written or edited by law faculty.
Margaret Johnson, associate professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and founder of the school's annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference, is one of 16 educators from across the University System of Maryland to receive a 2012 USM Board of Regents' Faculty Award. She was honored for her work in establishing the conference.
An April 5 symposium on human trafficking will be hosted by the University of Baltimore School of Law. It will present the federal and state legal framework on the issues of domestic and international human trafficking. Rachel Lloyd, founder and executive director of Girls Educational and Mentoring Services and author of the memoir Girls Like Us, will be a featured guest.
Maryland Rep. Andy Harris will discuss the ongoing health policy issues now being debated before Congress, in an open forum hosted by The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine-University of Baltimore School of Law's Center for Medicine and Law on April 19.