Thursday, Nov. 7
Sixth Annual Fannie Angelos Gala
Belvedere Hotel, Baltimore
Monday, Nov. 18
DC Chapter Happy Hour
The Dubliner Restaurant
Tuesday, Dec. 17
UBLAA Holiday Party
Law Center, 12th Floor, 6 pm
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Join Us at the Sixth Annual Fannie Angelos Gala on Nov. 7
The Fannie Angelos Program has built a unique collaboration between the UB School of Law and Maryland's four historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) — Bowie State University, Coppin State University, Morgan State University, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. The result is the most successful program of its kind for legal education. The program was proud to win the ABA's Section of Litigation prestigious Diversity Leadership Award in 2017.
The program prepares students from Maryland HBCUs and other select colleges for admission to law school, and continues to work with them so that they may excel and thrive throughout their legal careers. We provide extensive LSAT preparation, one-on-one academic mentoring, individualized "whole life" support, and career counseling.
"The ABA award underscores the importance of the program in furthering the goal to diversify the legal profession," says Kurt L. Schmoke, president of the University of Baltimore and Baltimore's 46th mayor. "It has been a joy for me to meet with students who have participated in the program. They will be leaders in their communities and leaders in the profession of law. That can only help to make our country stronger in the future."
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