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School of Law Celebrates Clinical Education Sept. 21

School of Law Celebrates Clinical Education Sept. 21

September 1, 2006

The University of Baltimore School of Law will celebrate its esteemed clinical education program with a special event on Thursday, Sept. 21. Clinical education at UB covers a wide range of issues, from community development to family law to tax questions, and each year as many as 200 students participate in the experiential learning opportunities in the law school's clinics.

Law Students to Help Local Artists, Arts Organizations Meet Their Legal Needs

Law Students to Help Local Artists, Arts Organizations Meet Their Legal Needs

August 16, 2006

The University of Baltimore School of Law and Maryland Lawyers for the Arts have set up a free telephone help line for artists and arts organizations. UB law students will staff the phones, answer questions from artists and nonprofit arts organizations and assist callers in obtaining additional legal assistance.

Law School to Host Annual Homecoming and Reunion Oct. 6-8

Law School to Host Annual Homecoming and Reunion Oct. 6-8

August 14, 2006

The University of Baltimore School of Law will host its fourth annual Homecoming and Reunion Weekend on Oct. 6-8. The weekend’s events include a welcoming cocktail reception, a softball game for alumni and current students, a gala dinner and dancing at The Center Club and a Sunday jazz brunch.

Law School Orientation Begins Aug. 14

Law School Orientation Begins Aug. 14

August 10, 2006

Orientation sessions for both day and evening first-year students in the University of Baltimore School of Law will kick off on Monday, Aug. 14 and continue through the week. The law school will offer special events and learning sessions designed to help students become familiar with the school’s class schedules, activities and social opportunities.

Workshop on CFCC's Truancy Court  to be Offered June 29

Workshop on CFCC's Truancy Court to be Offered June 29

May 31, 2006

As the Truancy Court Program developed by the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Center for Families, Children and the Courts prepares to enter its second year of operation in a group of Baltimore schools, the center will offer a how-to workshop for principals and other school officials on Thursday, June 29.

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