Collective bargaining, free agency, and salary caps in professional sports leagues will be the topics of discussion at the University of Baltimore School of Law's third annual pro sports symposium on Feb. 10.
The Charles Crane Family Foundation has renewed its support of the University of Baltimore School of Law Center for Families, Children and the Courts' Truancy Court Program. The foundation has been a consistent supporter of the program's goal of providing therapeutic interventions for students who are truant but who still have academic, social and emotional connections to their schools.
Save the date!: Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison will serve as the keynote speaker for the University of Baltimore School of Law's fourth annual feminist legal theory conference in Baltimore on March 30, 2011.
The University of Baltimore School of Law's second annual amateur sports symposium, "The Death of Amateurism: Implications for Sport and Health," will discuss the issues surrounding professionalization of amateur sport at all levels on Oct. 28. Renowned orthopedic surgeon James Andrews will deliver a keynote presentation, "Why Are There So Many Injuries to Our Young Athletes?"