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School of Law Partners with Volunteer Lawyers for Tax Compromise Program, March 3

School of Law Partners with Volunteer Lawyers for Tax Compromise Program, March 3

February 9, 2018

The University of Baltimore School of Law, with the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service and the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, will offer a free program on March 3 to help Marylanders who make less than $14.50 an hour and owe back taxes. The "Offer in Compromise" program allows taxpayers to offer the Internal Revenue Service an amount they can afford to pay in exchange for the IRS's dropping the amount owed in back taxes.

Prof. Murphy: Restorative Justice Can Undo the Harm Caused by Crime

Prof. Murphy: Restorative Justice Can Undo the Harm Caused by Crime

January 30, 2018

Jane Murphy, the Laurence M. Katz Professor of Law in the University of Baltimore School of Law, writes in The Baltimore Sun about the potential of "restorative justice."

UB School of Law Ranked 13th Nationally for Diversity

UB School of Law Ranked 13th Nationally for Diversity

January 24, 2018

The University of Baltimore School of Law has been ranked 13th in the nation for its diversity efforts by preLaw magazine.

Law School Panel Focuses on Unger Case, Jan. 23

Law School Panel Focuses on Unger Case, Jan. 23

January 19, 2018

On Jan. 23, the University of Baltimore School of Law will host a panel discussion about the 2012 Unger v. State decision, in which the Maryland Court of Appeals recognized that an instruction long provided by Maryland judges to juries was structurally flawed and fundamentally unfair.

Prof. Easton's New Book Covers Work of Legendary Free-Speech Lawyer Gilbert Roe

Prof. Easton's New Book Covers Work of Legendary Free-Speech Lawyer Gilbert Roe

January 16, 2018

University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Emeritus Eric Easton's new book, Defending the Masses: A Progressive Lawyer's Battles for Free Speech, is about Gilbert Roe, the principal free-speech lawyer of the early 20th century whose cases involved activists including Emma Goldman, Lincoln Steffens, Margaret Sanger, Max Eastman, Upton Sinclair, John Reed and Eugene Debs, as well as the socialist magazine The Masses and the New York City Teachers Union.

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