Michael Meyerson, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, is one of three faculty members in the University System of Maryland to receive the USM's Wilson H. Elkins Professorship for 2012-13.
In an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal, Professor Michael I. Meyerson considers whether the Founding Fathers proffered the Declaration of Independence as a "Christian" document. To say it is or is not a religious work misses the point, Meyerson says.
Two Iraqi legal scholars from the University of Tikrit College of Law are visiting the University of Baltimore and its School of Law this month, deepening a partnership between the two law faculties and marking "the beginning of a true, lawful situation in Iraq."
Dionne Koller, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and director of its Center for Sport and the Law, is part of a national group of opinion leaders working on ideas for building on the success of Title IX, which was passed 40 years ago this year.
Thanks to the efforts of the University of Baltimore's Innocence Project Clinic, a Maryland man has been freed from prison after it was proven that he did not commit an armed robbery. His release required countless hours of effort on the part of several UB Law Clinic students and staff. The man spent nearly a decade behind bars.