UB in the News
Patrol Cars Pulled From Street Should Not Inhibit Police Work, According to Professor Ross
June 5, 2019, Fox News
Professor Davis Discusses History of FBI Profiling of Black Owned Bookstores
June 5, 2019, American Bookseller's Association
Hon. Frederic N. Smalkin, UB Professor of Law, Named Member of Handgun Board
May 31, 2019, Baltimore Sun
Prof. Stanley: Criminal Justice Professionals Can Help Those Suffering from Trauma - and Get Better Legal Outcomes and More
July 18, 2019
Debra L. Stanley, professor and executive director of the University of Baltimore's School of Criminal Justice and founder of the Roper Victim Assistance Academy of Maryland, tells The Baltimore Sun that teaching current and future professionals in the field of criminal justice about trauma is an important component of achieving good legal outcomes and encouraging victims to move on to a better life.
July 18, 2019
What must higher education deliver to students who are intent on finding the right career - in a time of huge shifts in the job market and tangible uncertainties about what lies ahead? Lakeisha Mathews, director of the Career and Internship Center at the University of Baltimore, tells The Chronicle of Higher Education that every student should know that his or her career development is the job of the entire campus.
July 11, 2019
Family law is an exploding field, with over 40 percent of trial court filings in Maryland relating to family law. To help equip lawyers with the in-depth and cross-disciplinary knowledge they will need to excel in the field, the University of Baltimore School of Law created the nation's first and only post-J.D. Certificate in Family Law. As of Fall 2019, this innovative curriculum will be offered fully online. Applications are being accepted through Aug. 1.