Seven student fellows from the University of Baltimore's Center for International and Comparative Law traveled to Greece over spring break to work with Advocates Abroad, a nonprofit organization that provides free legal advice to refugees and asylum seekers. A presentation about the fellows' field mission will be held on April 10.
The clinical law program and the part-time J.D. offered by the University of Baltimore School of Law are among the best of their kind in the country, according to the latest rankings of American law schools by U.S. News & World Report.
The UB School of Law has launched the country's first Post-J.D. Certificate in Family Law, an innovative, practice-based program developed with significant input from leading family law attorneys and judges reflects the UB School of Law's commitment to family law education reform.
In a Baltimore Sun op-ed, Jane Murphy, the University of Baltimore School of Law's Laurence M. Katz Professor of Law, urges Maryland decision makers to take a close look at the state's parole process as it applies to inmates serving life sentences for crimes committed when they were children.