Maryland Criminal Procedure, the recently published three-volume treatise by University of Baltimore School of Law Associate Professor Byron Warnken, J.D. '77, showcases a lifetime of this scholar and practitioner’s labors in understanding how criminal law has evolved in Maryland, and how it functions in a variety of settings, from enforcement to trial to conviction.
Engineering News-Record magazine has selected the John and Frances Law Angelos Center - home of the University of Baltimore School of Law and a landmark building for both legal education and sustainable construction and design - for inclusion in its regional and national 2013 "Best of the Best Projects" list.
The University of Baltimore School of Law office for Kids In Need of Defense - a national organization that provides quality pro bono representation to immigrant children in removal proceedings by training and mentoring pro bono attorneys - will host a pro bono training opportunity for UB alumni on Dec. 16.
Five middle schools in Montgomery County schools are lowering their truancy rates for students through the Truancy Court Program, created by the Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children, and the Courts in the University of Baltimore School of Law.