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Dean Weich on C-SPAN Radio for Talk on Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh, Aug. 3

Dean Weich on C-SPAN Radio for Talk on Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh, Aug. 3

August 3, 2018

University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich will appear on C-SPAN Radio’s The Weekly program on Aug. 3 to discuss the heightening Senate battle over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Former Head of DOJ Tax Division to Offer New Course on Criminal Tax at University of Baltimore

Former Head of DOJ Tax Division to Offer New Course on Criminal Tax at University of Baltimore

July 13, 2018

Caroline D. Ciraolo, the former head of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and a partner and founder of Kostelanetz & Fink's D.C. and Maryland offices, has joined the faculty of the University of Baltimore Graduate Tax Program and will teach a new course entitled "Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Tax Crimes."

Prof. Wehle: Kavanaugh Will Make 'Real Imprint' on Supreme Court

Prof. Wehle: Kavanaugh Will Make 'Real Imprint' on Supreme Court

July 10, 2018

Kimberly Wehle, professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, tells MSNBC that her former colleague at the U.S. Department of Justice, Brett Kavanaugh, is "going to stand out as someone who makes a real imprint" if he is appointed as a Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.

UB School of Law Dean Ron Weich on CNN: 'High Stakes' in Supreme Court Confirmation Process

UB School of Law Dean Ron Weich on CNN: 'High Stakes' in Supreme Court Confirmation Process

July 8, 2018

Appearing on CNN, University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich says the upcoming Supreme Court's confirmation process will be a high-stakes process, because the next justice likely will be on the Court for the next several decades.

Prof. Wehle: Conservative-Majority Supreme Court Might 'Tinker' with Roe v. Wade Until It Is Practically Non-Existent

Prof. Wehle: Conservative-Majority Supreme Court Might 'Tinker' with Roe v. Wade Until It Is Practically Non-Existent

July 3, 2018

Interviewed on NPR, University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Kimberly Wehle says she considers the settled-law status of Roe V. Wade to be inviolate—but a Supreme Court with a strong conservative majority could “tinker” with its precedent until abortion law is increasingly unrecognizable to most Americans.

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