Your reputation precedes you.
Students at the University of Baltimore School of Law must exhibit high standards of academic and professional responsibility. This includes adhering to the School of Law Honor Code.
...[A] lawyer should seek improvement of the law, access to the legal system, the administration of justice and the quality of service rendered by the legal profession
- Preamble, Maryland Rules of Professional Conduct
The Honor Code is maintained by the Honor Board, a group of students and faculty members who work to promote professionalism at the School of Law. The Honor Board educates the Law School community about the principles of the Honor Code and implements the Honor Code procedures when violations are alleged.
Have more questions? Find more information in Honor Code FAQs.
The Honor Board is currently accepting applications for new members. Please complete the application and submit it no later than February 4, 2016 at noon. Applicants must have at least a 2.750 GPA, have completed at least one semester of coursework at UB Law and have no prior Honor Code violations. See the application itself for expectations of honor board members and additional details.
Process Aide for 2015-16
Professor Amy Dillard is the designated Process Aide for 2015-16. Each year, the Dean appoints a full-time faculty member to serve as a "Process Aide" for students who are involved in Honor Code proceedings. At the student's request, the Process Aide will provide information about the Honor Code process and alternatives available at each stage. The Process Aide is not the student's attorney.
Honor Board Members - Spring 2016
2015-16 Chair: Jessica Swadow
Day students: Thomas Barnes, Charlotte Clarke, Michelle Dauksha, Sean Fox, Madison Frank, Zachary Grauer, Brianne Lansinger, Philip Motsay, Kristin Tracy
Evening students: Stephen Andrews, Beth Hill, Alicia Morales, Jessica Swadow
New Honor Board members are selected in the spring of each year. Members are expected to be available for monthly meetings and to serve in various capacities when a complaint is filed. Applicants must have a GPA of at least 2.75, have no prior Honor Code violations and must be a J.D. or LLM-LOTUS student.