University of Baltimore School of Law’s Center for Families, Children and the Courts publishes new study showing that Maryland’s Circuit Court judges and juvenile masters have a high level of confidence in the abilities and intentions of DJS, but more work needs to be done to establish "restorative justice" for families with troubled children.
The University of Baltimore School of Law’s Center for Families, Children and the Courts (CFCC) has appointed Patricia S. Schminke to serve as coordinator of its newly established “truancy court” program. Schminke, who began her duties on March 1, will act as a liaison among the center, the volunteers who operate the court and the five Baltimore City schools participating in the program.
The University of Baltimore School of Law’s sixth annual golf tournament for alumni and students will be held on Friday, May 20, at Waverly Woods Golf Club in Marriottsville, Md. Tee time is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. The tournament is limited to foursomes.
With whistle-blowing gradually being codified in both the public and private sectors, there often is a need to consider the reasons for and limits of governmental immunity. That topic will be the subject of the University of Baltimore School of Law’s next a.m. Law event, on Tuesday, May 1,7 beginning at 7:30 a.m. in the School’s Venable Baetjer Howard Moot Court Room.