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Law Professor: Reasons to Be 'Cautiously Positive' on India-Pakistan Relations

Law Professor: Reasons to Be 'Cautiously Positive' on India-Pakistan Relations

January 1, 2016

Writing in Forbes, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Charles Tiefer says there is potential for improved relations between India and Pakistan, in the wake of meetings between the two nations' leaders.

Law Professor: Agreement in Jury Trials Shows Seriousness of Task

Law Professor: Agreement in Jury Trials Shows Seriousness of Task

December 22, 2015

Commenting on the mistrial of Officer William G. Porter, University of Baltimore School of Law Associate Professor Amy Dillard notes that unanimity in jury trials is an indicator of the seriousness of the task at hand - determining whether someone is guilty or not guilty.

School of Law Dean Ronald Weich: Single Prosecution Can't Solve Broad Social Problems

School of Law Dean Ronald Weich: Single Prosecution Can't Solve Broad Social Problems

November 29, 2015

UB School of Law Dean Ronald Weich, writing in The Baltimore Sun, says that no single trial can solve broad social problems - but efforts are underway to address some persistent issues within the criminal justice system.

Conference: 'Innovations in Family Dispute Resolution,' Nov. 13

Conference: 'Innovations in Family Dispute Resolution,' Nov. 13

October 21, 2015

The University of Baltimore School of Law, the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and the Maryland State Bar Association are among the sponsors of a daylong conference, "Innovations in Family Dispute Resolution," to be held Nov. 13 at the University of Maryland law school.

Prof. Koller: Skater's Ban Was Fair

Prof. Koller: Skater's Ban Was Fair

October 16, 2015

University of Baltimore School of Law Associate Professor Dionne Koller tells ESPN that the competition ban against Italian figure skater Carolina Kostner, caught up in a doping case against her former boyfriend, was fair.

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