Four finalists for the position of dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law have been selected following a national search. Candidates will visit the UB campus beginning March 27 to meet with students, faculty, staff and others as part of the search process.
The four finalists are:
Penelope Bryan, dean of Whittier Law School and former professor and associate dean for academic affairs at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. View Bryan's C.V.
Alfredo Garcia, professor and former dean of the St. Thomas University School of Law and a former assistant state's attorney in Miami and criminal defense attorney in private practice. View Garcia's C.V.
Patricia Salkin, associate dean and the Raymond and Ella Smith Distinguished Professor of Law at Albany Law School, and director of the school’s Government Law Center. View Salkin's C.V.
Ronald Weich, assistant attorney general for legislative affairs in the U.S. Department of Justice, and former chief counsel to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and to Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. View Weich's C.V.
Michele Gilman, chair
Barry Powell, M.P.A. '95, J.D. '03
Harry Schuckel, senior vice president for administration and finance
Marie Van Deusen, J.D. '89, vice chair of the University of Baltmore Foundation Board
Rachel Severance, law student
David Muncy, law student