Faculty at the University of Baltimore School of Law are invested in your education and your success. Whether lecturing during first-year foundational courses, assisting with writing in a seminar class, or working with you and clients in our clinics, UB's law professors will provide you with the foundational skills and knowledge that you need to be a successful practicing attorney.
The School of Law ranks 36th in the country regarding number of legal scholarship articles downloaded from the Social Science Research Network. Each faculty member's profile provides you with articles maintained by SSRN that can easily be accessed and downloaded.
The faculty are leaders in their respective areas of law, as evident in their scholarship, lectures, symposia and public appearances. At the same time, they value the importance of their availability to their students. When you want to discuss courses, exams, externships, and job opportunities, you'll find your professor’s open door policy and welcoming attitude a real sign of support. Students often cite their relationships with their professors as a top reason for their enjoyment of the academic experience here.
The School of Law’s 52 full-time professors and seven administrators are joined each year by an impressive group of visiting lecturers and adjunct professors, many of whom are practicing lawyers and public officials well known in the legal community for their extensive legal expertise. The amount of adjunct instruction can vary by semester based on the course offerings. For example, in 2012, 75 adjunct professors taught in the spring and 55 adjunct professors taught in the fall. Together, UB School of Law professors provide a range and depth of knowledge that empowers students in innumerable ways.
The faculty profiles on these pages provide you with professors' academic and professional backgrounds, their scholarship, and basic information about the classes they teach, as well as syllabi. For additional information about a particular faculty’s course, visit Westlaw TWEN or LexisNexis Blackboard to see if your faculty has created a course listing.