Would the presence of a woman in the leadership of Penn State's athletic program administration have made a difference in the still-unfolding sexual abuse scandal that has rocked the campus? Dionne Koller, associate professor in the School of Law and director of its Center for Sport and the Law, asks this question in an op-ed in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will discuss his most recent book, Making Our Democracy Work: A Judge's View, on Oct. 13, in a free event presented by the University of Baltimore School of Law.
The University of Baltimore School of Law's Center for Families, Children and the Courts will hold information and training sessions on Sept. 15, Sept. 20 and Sept. 21 for those interested in volunteering for its highly acclaimed Truancy Court Program.
Christopher J. Peters, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law and an expert on Constitutional law and legal and political theory, contributed a Baltimore Sun op-ed on the state of campaign finance reform in light of two recent Supreme Court cases that promote a legal framework of "separation of campaign and state."
Check out the new edition of the newsletter for the Center for Families, Children and the Courts, now available online. The center, located in the University of Baltimore School of Law, is celebrating 10 years of leadership in strengthening legal approaches to therapeutic jurisprudence, resolving difficult issues such as truancy, and making key contributions to the national movement to reform the family justice system.