Dennis Archer, who served two terms as the mayor of Detroit and was recently nominated president-elect of the American Bar Association, received an honorary degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law during the law school's annual commencement ceremony, Monday, May 20.
Jonathan Lipson, assistant professor of law at the University of Baltimore School of Law, is available to discuss technical flaws in the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2001 (Senate Bill 420/House Resolution 333) that he believes could make it easier for the next Enron to happen.
Mortimer Sellers of Roland Park, professor of law at the University of Baltimore School of Law, has been selected to receive a 2001-02 University System of Maryland Regents' Faculty Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarship. This award is the board's highest honor in recognition of exemplary faculty achievement.
Gilbert Holmes, practicing attorney, professor, academic administrator, community advocate and arbitrator, will join the University of Baltimore on July 2, 2001, as the dean of the School of Law, announced UB President Dr. H. Mebane Turner.
Hosted by the University of Baltimore Law Review, The National Conference of Law Reviews is coming to Baltimore March 21-25 for its annual meeting. The NCLR is the leading organization for law reviews.