UB Law Review Presents 'A Look from All Angles: Discussing the Use of Police Body-Worn Cameras,' April 10
March 16, 2018
Contact: Office of Government and Public Affairs
The University of Baltimore Law Review will present its spring symposium, "A Look from All Angles: Discussing the Use of Police Body-Worn Cameras," on Tuesday, April 10, starting at 4 p.m. in the Moot Court Room of the Angelos Law Center (home of the UB School of Law), 1401 N. Charles St. This panel discussion will feature a number of speakers with extensive knowledge of police procedure and law enforcement goals. The event is free and open to the public; an online R.S.V.P. is requested (details listed below).
Police body-worn cameras have been a topic of discussion throughout the nation, especially in Baltimore City. Through this panel discussion, the Law Review will examine the ways that cameras affect police, attorneys, and ultimately, the community.
Panelists include the following:
- TJ Smith, chief of media relations
Baltimore City Police Department
- Scott D. Shellenberger, state's attorney
- Donald Zaremba, district public defender
- 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 and judge in residence, University of Baltimore School of Law
- Clark Neily, vice president for criminal justice
- Matthew Feeney, policy analyst
To attend this event, fill out the online R.S.V.P.
This event is sponsored by the MSBA Young Lawyer's Section Council.
Learn more about the University of Baltimore Law Review.