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
DOJ Information Session
August 21, 2019
Fall 2019 Rule 19-220 Student Attorney Swearing-In Ceremony
August 22, 2019
Saturday Admission Hours
August 24, 2019
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August 19, 2019
Jessica Emerson, director of the Human Trafficking Prevention Project at the University of Baltimore School of Law, says the ongoing case against Jeffrey Epstein may, despite his suicide earlier this month, increase public awareness and understanding of human trafficking in all of its forms. Trafficking is "not a simple issue," Emerson says. She focuses less on capturing data and more on the factors that can lead people to be targeted for trafficking. "I don't talk about data. I talk about vulnerability," Emerson says.
August 13, 2019
Despite reporting declining revenue, Maryland businesses say they remain optimistic about their future growth. That is one finding in the latest Maryland Business Climate Survey, which measured local business sentiment in the second quarter of 2019.
UB, Loyola University Maryland Partner to Host Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers Annual Meeting in 2021
August 13, 2019
The University of Baltimore and Loyola University Maryland have been selected to host the 2021 Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers Annual Meeting in Baltimore. This worldwide gathering of experts, representing higher education and its connections to policymakers, business leaders and consumer interests, is designed to "advance excellence in entrepreneurship through the unique role" of university-based centers where entrepreneurship is taught and nurtured.