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 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 blog here.
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Editorial Board Members
Editor-in-Chief: John Simanski
Managing Editor: Nick Mastracci
Assistant Managing Editor: Michael Brown
Manuscripts Editor: Virginia Yeoman
Articles Editor: Arien Parham
Articles Editor: Chris Rizakos
Alumni & Symposium Editor: Greg Eyler
Comments Editor: Ashley Simmons
Recent Development Editor: Alicia Kuhns
Resource Editor: Kelli Cover
Associate Editors: Nicholas Pycha, Andrew Mazan, Shawn Gustafson, Kathleen Wickert, Sarah Jentilet, Andrew Siske and Jenell Ellison
Featured ArticlesMaryland Repeals the Death Penalty, but Leaves Five on Death Row: What Has the State Learned from Kirk Bloodsworth, by Meredith Lenore Pendergrass
Citizen Journalists & the Right to Gather News: Why Maryland Needs to Acknowledge a First Amendment Right to Record the Police, by Kristine L. Dietz
When Does Crawford Reach Jailhouse Phone Calls That Implicate a Co-Defendant, But Are Made by Another Non-Testifying Co-Defendant? by Matt Grogan
Upcoming ArticlesA Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Online: 'Do Not Track' Legislation in Maryland," by Alicia Shelton
Maryland Personal Jurisdiction in the Cyberspace Context, by Saad Gul
Charm City Televised and Dehumanized: How CCTV Bail Reviews Violate Due Process of Law, by Edie Fortuna Cimino, Zina Makar, and Natalie Novak
The University of Baltimore Law Forum Journal Events -- 2017-18
Law Forum Symposium: Wednesday, November 8, 2017