Law Review Symposium: A Look from All Angles: Discussing the Use of Police Body-Worn Cameras

Moot Courtroom

Join UB’s Law Review for their spring symposium on Tuesday, April 10, 4-7 p.m. This year’s event is titled, A Look from All Angles: Discussing the Use of Police Body-Worn Cameras. The event will take place in the Moot Courtroom of the Angelos Law Center.

Police body-worn cameras have been a topic of discussion throughout the nation, especially in Baltimore City. Through panel discussion, the Law Review will host an open discussion about the ways these cameras affect police, attorneys and ultimately, our community. Panelists include the following:

TJ Smith, Chief of Media Relations
Baltimore City Police Department

Scott D. Shellenberger, State’s Attorney
Baltimore County

Donald Zaremba, District Public Defender
Baltimore County

Dr. Sean Goodison, Deputy Director and Senior Research Criminologist
Police Executive Research Forum

Hon. Frederic N. Smalkin
Retired Chief Judge, District Court for the District of Maryland
Professor of Law & Judge in Residence, University of Baltimore School of Law

Clark Neily, Vice President for Criminal Justice
Cato Institute

Matthew Feeney, Policy Analyst
Cato Institute

Col. Edward Jackson, Inspector General

Baltimore City Police Department 

Major James Rhoden, Office of the Inspector General

Baltimore City Police Department

Kisha Brown,Fmr. Assistant Attorney General, Member of the 2014 Maryland Workgroup for the Implementation & Use of Body Worn Cameras by Law Enforcement

Moderators:  Prof. Jose Anderson & Prof. Steve Grossman

Thank you to our generous sponsor, the MSBA Young Lawyer’s Section Council.

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Shavaun O'Brien
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Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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