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Nobel Prize-Winning Author Toni Morrison Speaks at Law School's Feminist Legal Theory Conference, March 30

Nobel Prize-Winning Author Toni Morrison Speaks at Law School's Feminist Legal Theory Conference, March 30

November 30, 2010

Save the date!: Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison will serve as the keynote speaker for the University of Baltimore School of Law's fourth annual feminist legal theory conference in Baltimore on March 30, 2011.

Amateur Sports Symposium at the University of Baltimore School of Law, Oct. 28

Amateur Sports Symposium at the University of Baltimore School of Law, Oct. 28

October 20, 2010

The University of Baltimore School of Law's second annual amateur sports symposium, "The Death of Amateurism: Implications for Sport and Health," will discuss the issues surrounding professionalization of amateur sport at all levels on Oct. 28. Renowned orthopedic surgeon James Andrews will deliver a keynote presentation, "Why Are There So Many Injuries to Our Young Athletes?"

4th Annual Bay in Crisis Symposium, Nov. 4

4th Annual Bay in Crisis Symposium, Nov. 4

October 20, 2010

On Nov. 4, the University of Baltimore School of Law's fourth annual "Bay in Crisis: Saving the Chesapeake Bay" symposium will answer questions about the bay's use as an energy source by both traditional and alternative energy producers.

Panel Discussion on Maryland's New 'Safe Homes' Law, OCT. 27

Panel Discussion on Maryland's New 'Safe Homes' Law, OCT. 27

October 20, 2010

The University of Baltimore School of Law will host a panel discussion on Maryland's new rental housing protections for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault on Oct. 27.

Supreme Court Clerk William K. Suter on Appellate Argument and Advice, Sept. 21

Supreme Court Clerk William K. Suter on Appellate Argument and Advice, Sept. 21

September 2, 2010

William K. Suter, clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court, will visit the University of Baltimore School of Law on Sept. 21 to discuss appellate argument and practice from a "first hand" perspective.

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