UB in the News
Baltimore might not be able to avoid paying for lawsuits linked to corrupt Gun Trace Task Force squad
February 15, 2018, Baltimore Sun
Lifetime bans for Russian athletes are unlikely to stand, experts say
December 11, 2017, USA Today
Revolutionary changes in law curriculum and law offices
December 9, 2017, Manila Bulletin
UB's Schaefer Center Joins City Officials, Area Media Outlets to Host Series of Town Halls on Issues Facing Baltimore
February 23, 2018
With a number of significant issues facing Baltimore, the University of Baltimore's Schaefer Center on Public Policy is joining with city leaders and area media outlets to host "Baltimore: Standing Together," a three-part series of town halls, to encourage public dialogue and increased awareness of potential solutions. The first Baltimore: Standing Together town hall is focused on crime and will take place on Feb. 28.
Experts, Activists Discuss Housing Needs Still Unmet, 50 Years After MLK's Poor People's Campaign Demanded Government Action, March 5
February 23, 2018
he University of Baltimore's semester-long conversation about the history and impact of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Poor People's Campaign will continue on March 5, when a panel of experts and activists revisit the demand for decent, affordable housing articulated by the campaign - a demand which remains unmet today.
February 22, 2018
Byron L. Warnken, the legendary University of Baltimore School of Law professor known to many as "Mr. UB," will retire this spring. He has been at the law school for 45 years – starting as an evening student in 1973 — and helped launch the careers of hundreds of attorneys. Warnken's singular career will be celebrated during a special event in the school on May 3.