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Constitution Day Examines Supreme Court's Evolution Sept. 17

Constitution Day Examines Supreme Court's Evolution Sept. 17

September 7, 2007

As part of the University of Baltimore's celebration of Constitution Day on Sept. 17, the School of Law will present a special panel discussion on Supreme Court history and its impact, featuring four distinguished members of the School of Law faculty.

Secrets of Using the Story to Control the Courtroom Revealed During Sept. 18 Law Seminar

Secrets of Using the Story to Control the Courtroom Revealed During Sept. 18 Law Seminar

September 6, 2007

The School of Law's a.m. LAW seminar will present "Effective Communication: The One Who Tells the Story Controls the Courtroom," a Sept. 18 discussion led by nationally recognized medical malpractice attorney Marcus Z. Shar.

New Full-Time Law School Class Shows Highest LSATs, Grades in 15 Years

New Full-Time Law School Class Shows Highest LSATs, Grades in 15 Years

August 21, 2007

The incoming full-time first-year class of the School of Law represents its highest level of collegiate grade point average and law school aptitude test results in 15 years, according to newly announced statistics. Nearly a third of the 212 full-time day program students in this new class qualify for merit-based scholarships.

Law Center Receives Grant to Continue Work on Unified Family Courts Following National Summit

Law Center Receives Grant to Continue Work on Unified Family Courts Following National Summit

July 12, 2007

Maryland's Administrative Office of the Courts has awarded the School of Law's Center for Families, Children and the Courts a grant for two major initiatives: a major report on a recent national summit on Unified Family Courts and a quarterly newsletter that will report on UFC developments across the country.

Law Professor Testifies on Failed Consent Decree

Law Professor Testifies on Failed Consent Decree

July 3, 2007

Cassandra Jones Havard, associate professor of law, recently testified before the U.S. House of Representatives' Judiciary Committee concerning the Pigford Consent Decree, a lending discrimination lawsuit that black farmers brought against the U.S. Department of Agriculture nearly a decade ago.

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