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Senate Passes Omnibus Appropriations Act with New Support for Truancy Court Program

Senate Passes Omnibus Appropriations Act with New Support for Truancy Court Program

March 11, 2009

The Center for Families, Children and the Courts' innovative Truancy Court Program will receive $500,000 in new funding from the 2009 Omnibus Appropriations Act, approved March 10 by the U.S. Senate and signed into law by President Obama on March 11.

Law School's Litigation Week, March 10-13

Law School's Litigation Week, March 10-13

March 10, 2009

The University of Baltimore School of Law will celebrate its sixth annual Litigation Week March 10-13 with a series seminars and sessions focusing on important ongoing issues in the realm of litigation.

Concurrent Exhibitions in School of Law Art Gallery

Concurrent Exhibitions in School of Law Art Gallery

March 7, 2009

Two collections of paintings and drawings - Matthew Langley's "Simple, Difficult," and Alyssa Dennis's "Structures" - are on exhibit in the School of Law's Gallery of Art, now extended through May 12.

Jonathan Kozol, Author and Critic of American Education, to Deliver Law School's First 'Urban Child Symposium' Keynote Address, April 2

Jonathan Kozol, Author and Critic of American Education, to Deliver Law School's First 'Urban Child Symposium' Keynote Address, April 2

February 20, 2009

Jonathan Kozol, author of several groundbreaking books and a consistent and committed critic of the nation's education system, will present the keynote address during the Center for Families, Children and the Courts' first annual Urban Child Symposium on April 2.

Maya Angelou to Deliver Keynote Address for Law School's Second Annual Conference on Feminist Legal Theory, March 5-6

Maya Angelou to Deliver Keynote Address for Law School's Second Annual Conference on Feminist Legal Theory, March 5-6

January 29, 2009

A keynote address by acclaimed author Maya Angelou will conclude the second annual Feminist Legal Theory and Feminisms Conference March 5-6 at the University of Baltimore School of Law. The conference will bring together law students, legal academics, practitioners and activists to explore the concrete ways in which feminist legal theory is (or is not) changing the law.

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