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Maryland Law Schools, MSBA Announce Legal Incubator Program for Recent Graduates

Maryland Law Schools, MSBA Announce Legal Incubator Program for Recent Graduates

July 28, 2015

A new program designed to provide in-depth legal and business training to recent law school graduates has been announced by the deans of the University of Baltimore School of Law and the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, alongside the Maryland State Bar Association. The "legal incubator" will provide low-cost services to Maryland clients while helping young lawyers build their skills.

Third Cohort Graduates from Schaefer Center's Lauded Public Management Program

Third Cohort Graduates from Schaefer Center's Lauded Public Management Program

July 27, 2015

The third cohort of government and nonprofit managers and supervisors to graduate from the Maryland Certified Public Manager Program has been announced by UB's Schaefer Center for Public Policy. These nine new graduates have demonstrated their commitment to professional public service.

Criminal Justice Professor Analyzes Texas Police Confrontation

Criminal Justice Professor Analyzes Texas Police Confrontation

July 23, 2015

In The Washington Post, Jeffrey Ian Ross, professor of criminology in UB's School of Criminal Justice, analyzes a recent confrontation between a Texas police officer and a driver.

Law Profs: Gray Case's Publicity is a Factor in Due Process

Law Profs: Gray Case's Publicity is a Factor in Due Process

July 21, 2015

In The Baltimore Sun, two University of Baltimore School of Law professors, José F. Anderson and David Jaros, discuss the latest moves in the Freddie Gray criminal case against six local police officers. The case's enormous publicity has prompted some to call for a change of venue.

Law School Dean: Mandatory Sentences Are About Math, Not People

Law School Dean: Mandatory Sentences Are About Math, Not People

July 20, 2015

University of Baltimore School of Law Dean Ronald Weich is quoted in The Washington Post in its coverage of reforms of mandatory-minimum sentences.

UB Foundation Announces New Chair, Six New Board Members

UB Foundation Announces New Chair, Six New Board Members

July 20, 2015

The University of Baltimore Foundation has announced the appointment of a new chair as well as six new members to its board. The new members, all of whom are alumni of the University of Baltimore, will participate in fundraising and other activities designed to provide financial support to the University.

UB Brings Gamescape to Artscape, July 17-19

UB Brings Gamescape to Artscape, July 17-19

July 14, 2015

The University of Baltimore presents Gamescape at Artscape, a fun, enlightening showcase for video games and the creative people who make them. It will take place on campus during Artscape, July 17-19.

Criminal Justice Professor Uses Art to Encourage Empathy in Police Cadets

Criminal Justice Professor Uses Art to Encourage Empathy in Police Cadets

July 14, 2015

Heather Pfeifer, associate professor in UB's School of Criminal Justice, recently conducted a training course for the Milwaukee Police Academy in which art is used to encourage empathy between officers and victims of crimes.

Criminology Professor: Coordinate Efforts on All Crime, Not Just Violent Crime

Criminology Professor: Coordinate Efforts on All Crime, Not Just Violent Crime

July 13, 2015

Jeffrey Ian Ross, professor of criminology in UB's School of Criminal Justice, reacts to news that Baltimore police and prosecutors are coordinating anti-violence efforts through a "war room" approach. He urges this strategy for all kinds of crime.

Law Professor: Joint Chiefs Nominee's Warnings About Russia Could Trigger 'Enormous Spending' on Nuclear Weapons

Law Professor: Joint Chiefs Nominee's Warnings About Russia Could Trigger 'Enormous Spending' on Nuclear Weapons

July 13, 2015

Writing in Forbes magazine, Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, says that new warnings about Russia may inspire large-scale defense spending.

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Last Published 6/17/15