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Law School Alumna Sayra Meyerhoff Donates $1 Million Toward Law School Challenge Grant

Law School Alumna Sayra Meyerhoff Donates $1 Million Toward Law School Challenge Grant

March 10, 2010

A $1 million contribution from Sayra Meyerhoff, J.D. '78, M.S. '04, and her husband Neil Meyerhoff will help match a challenge grant for the construction of a new home for the University of Baltimore School of Law.

Attorney General Gansler Discusses Opinion Recognizing Other States' Same-Sex Marriages, March 23

Attorney General Gansler Discusses Opinion Recognizing Other States' Same-Sex Marriages, March 23

March 5, 2010

Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler will discuss his recent finding that Maryland law and evolving public policy supports the recognition of same-sex marriages as permitted in a handful of other states, in a panel discussion for the School of Law's Law and Public Policy series on March 23.

Law School Professor Considers Effects of New Credit Card Reforms

Law School Professor Considers Effects of New Credit Card Reforms

March 2, 2010

TONIGHT: Charles B. Shafer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and a highly respected specialist in consumer law, will appear on Maryland Public Television to discuss new federal laws concerning credit cards.

Urban Child Symposium, April 1

Urban Child Symposium, April 1

February 24, 2010

"Health and the Urban Child," the second annual Urban Child Symposium hosted by the Center for Families, Children and the Courts, will bring together regional and national experts on April 1 to address the daunting issues facing children who live in the city.

Law Professor: Citizens United Case Could Cause a 'Stampede' of Attack Ads

Law Professor: Citizens United Case Could Cause a 'Stampede' of Attack Ads

February 22, 2010

In an op-ed in the Feb. 22 edition of The National Law Journal, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Christopher J. Peters criticized the U.S. Supreme Court's recent Citizens United v. FEC decision as a misuse of the "marketplace of ideas" analogy for American democracy.

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