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U.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin to Speak at School of Law Sept. 29

U.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin to Speak at School of Law Sept. 29

September 23, 2009

TODAY: U.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin, junior senator for the State of Maryland, will discuss the effects of potential health care reform on the legal profession, to kick off the School of Law's a.m. Law series.

Law Professor Writes About Post-Title IX World of Youth Sports

Law Professor Writes About Post-Title IX World of Youth Sports

September 18, 2009

Dionne L. Koller, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and an expert in sports and the law, has published an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun on the effects of Title IX on youth sports, and the growing problem of Maryland students opting out of athletics altogether.

Constitution Day: How Justices Are Chosen for the Supreme Court, Sept. 17

Constitution Day: How Justices Are Chosen for the Supreme Court, Sept. 17

September 14, 2009

A close look at the selection and confirmation process for Supreme Court justices - most recently witnessed during the hearings for new Justice Sonia Sotomayor - will highlight the University of Baltimore School of Law's annual Constitution Day event on Thursday, Sept. 17.

Gov. O'Malley, Former AG Curran to Speak on Use of DNA Testing in Law Enforcement, Sept. 9

Gov. O'Malley, Former AG Curran to Speak on Use of DNA Testing in Law Enforcement, Sept. 9

September 1, 2009

TODAY: Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley and former Maryland Attorney General Joseph Curran, LL.B. '59, will kick off the University of Baltimore's Lunchtime Law discussion series on Sept. 9 with a conversation on the use of DNA evidence in law enforcement.

Truancy Court Program Receives Third Grant from Maryland Administrative Office of the Courts

Truancy Court Program Receives Third Grant from Maryland Administrative Office of the Courts

July 21, 2009

The Md. Administrative Office of the Courts has provided additional funding for the Center for Families, Children and the Courts' Truancy Court Program. When combined with a federal grant and support from the Charles Crane Family Foundation, the funding will allow CFCC to bring the program to two more schools in Baltimore and establish it in Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Prince George's, and Montgomery counties.

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