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School of Law Surveys Legal Community to Ensure Practice-Ready Graduates

School of Law Surveys Legal Community to Ensure Practice-Ready Graduates

February 1, 2007

In a move designed to enhance the impact of its graduates on the state's legal profession in both the public and private sectors, the University of Baltimore School of Law has released a survey asking working attorneys, judges, court staff and public officials to identify the profession's essential skills.

Law School Discussion Looks at Individual Rights in a Post 9/11 Nation

Law School Discussion Looks at Individual Rights in a Post 9/11 Nation

January 23, 2007

The University of Baltimore School of Law will look at questions concerning individual rights in a nation after 9/11 on Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 5:30 p.m. The event will feature a panel discussion with four distinguished UB School of Law professors.

UB Public Interest Law Students to Hold Fundraising Auction Feb. 9

UB Public Interest Law Students to Hold Fundraising Auction Feb. 9

January 18, 2007

Charles O. Monk II, managing partner of Saul Ewing's Baltimore office, will receive the Robert M. Bell Award for Leadership in Public Service during a special ceremony on Friday, Feb. 9. The event, part of the 13th annual silent and live auction to benefit UB Students for Public Interest Law, is presented by the University of Baltimore School of Law.

UB Law Volunteers Discuss Their Katrina 'Legal Clean-Up' Experiences Jan. 18

UB Law Volunteers Discuss Their Katrina 'Legal Clean-Up' Experiences Jan. 18

January 15, 2007

The University of Baltimore School of Law will host a noontime panel discussion on Thursday, Jan. 18 for those students, members of the faculty and alumnae who just returned from an extensive volunteer mission to New Orleans to provide legal assistance for victims of Hurricane Katrina. The event is free and open to the public.

Unified Family Courts Summit Organizers Named

Unified Family Courts Summit Organizers Named

November 22, 2006

Representatives of the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Center for Families, Children and the Courts, along with a group of prominent Maryland judges and attorneys, are serving as the local host committee for a national conference on unified family courts, to be held in Baltimore next May.

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