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Nation's First Post-J.D. Certificate in Family Law Launched at University of Baltimore School of Law

Nation's First Post-J.D. Certificate in Family Law Launched at University of Baltimore School of Law

February 27, 2017

The UB School of Law has launched the country's first Post-J.D. Certificate in Family Law, an innovative, practice-based program developed with significant input from leading family law attorneys and judges reflects the UB School of Law's commitment to family law education reform.

Prof. Murphy: Maryland's Parole Process for Juveniles Needs Reform

Prof. Murphy: Maryland's Parole Process for Juveniles Needs Reform

February 23, 2017

In a Baltimore Sun op-ed, Jane Murphy, the University of Baltimore School of Law's Laurence M. Katz Professor of Law, urges Maryland decision makers to take a close look at the state's parole process as it applies to inmates serving life sentences for crimes committed when they were children.

UB Wins Regional BLSA Mock Trial Contest

UB Wins Regional BLSA Mock Trial Contest

February 21, 2017

The University of Baltimore's Black Law Students Association team took first place in the Thurgood Marshall mock trial competition at the Mid-Atlantic BLSA Regional Convention this weekend. It was the first time that UB BLSA won the top prize in the annual contest. The group now moves on to the nationals in Houston.

Prof. Meyerson: Trump Immigration Ban Violates Framers' Principles

Prof. Meyerson: Trump Immigration Ban Violates Framers' Principles

February 15, 2017

Calling President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration "bigoted and short-sighted," the University of Baltimore's DLA Piper Professor of Law Michael Meyerson said in a Baltimore Sun op-ed that the order violates the principles of the Framers of the U.S. Constitution.

Dean Weich: Maryland's Bail System Needs Reform

Dean Weich: Maryland's Bail System Needs Reform

February 10, 2017

In an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ron Weich calls for improvements to the state's bail system, in order to steer away from its tendency to trap poor people and minorities.

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