The award-winning University of Baltimore Law Forum concentrates on developing trends and topics unique to the Maryland legal community.
The University of Baltimore Law Forum provides unique focus on Maryland's legal decisions and issues, providing practitioners and the larger community with a one-stop location for gaining insight and information on the changes shaping the practice of law in Maryland. The student-reviewed journal includes articles from University of Baltimore law students and faculty, as well as Maryland-based attorneys, judges and legislators. Please visit our website here.
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Editorial Board Members
Editor-in-Chief: Isabel Jorrin Garcia
Managing Editor: Caylee Henderson
Assistant Managing Editor: Hannah Williams
Recent Developments Editor: Michael Hart
Comments Editor: Paulina Taniewski
Articles Editors: Ryan Mather & Sean Murphy
Symposium Editor: Imani Payne
Resource Editor: Anna DeLeon
Manuscripts Editor: Morgan Lynch
Vol. 51 Staff Editors:
Second year: Steven Ahlbrandt, Renee Q. Boyd, Katherine Burgess, Bryan Cleary, Cooper Gerus, Luke Griffin, Naseam Jabberi, Curtis C. Paul and Cameron Stang
First year: Oluwatsoin Adeji-Fajobi, Kevin Beins, Cecelia Chase, Antonina Clay, Joseph Anthony Concino, Laura Corbin, Jillianne Crescenzi, Markisha Dobson, Lamyaa "Mimi" Ezzaki, Meaghan Farnham, Katherine Goldsmith, Rebecca Guay, Neha Khan, Kobie Layne, Emily Leffler, Brigid McCarthy, Alexa Mellis, Taylor Miller, Loreto Noguera, Mary Prunty, Katherine Simon, Marianne Smith, Craig Snyder, Lauren Stone, Brandon Stouffer, Robert Taylor, Erin Winkelmeyer and Stephanie Yamoah
Featured ArticlesRelative Preference, Emotional Attachments, and the Best Interest of the Child In Need of Assistance, by Richard Perry.
Upcoming ArticlesLong Strange Golden Road: A Trial Attorney and the Search for a Story, by Chad Joseph.
Maryland's Legislative Appointment Process: Keep It and Reform It, by Tyler Yeargain.
The University of Baltimore Law Forum Journal Events -- 2020-21
Coronavirus & Voting Rights -- September 4, 2020.
Trial Advocacy & Story Telling -- October 9, 2020