The University of Baltimore School of Law's upcoming Law in Focus event will gather experts to discuss the future of women's access to reproductive justice on Oct. 14. This free online webinar will feature Prof. Jill Morrison of Georgetown Law Center, Jennifer Mahan, J.D. '19, a fellowship attorney with Regulatory Assistance for Abortion Providers, and Associate Dean Margaret Johnson, who will provide background on the constitutional law regarding abortion access and moderate the discussion.
A new state law enables The University of Baltimore School of Law, its sister institution the University of Maryland School of Law, and the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service to give free assistance to clients with state tax issues.
In the new edition of Baltimore Law, the official magazine of The University of Baltimore School of Law, you'll read how climate change is affecting immigration law. Also, Prof. Michele Gilman sounds the alarm about hidden algorithms that may reinforce bias, and Prof. Colin Starger and colleagues prepare law students to be masters, not servants, of big data. Other highlights include alumni and student achievements, and tributes to four retiring professors by their colleagues. Click to access the digital edition.
The University of Baltimore School of Law inducted 59 students into the Royal Graham Shannonhouse III Honor Society earlier this month. The honor society, named for a longtime, and much revered, law school professor, recognizes University of Baltimore School of Law students who have distinguished themselves academically after completing 32 credits.
University of Baltimore School of Law Prof. Kim Wehle, who as a media commentator provides legal analysis of everything from Donald Trump's taxes to Andrew Cuomo's resignation, is offering laypersons an online course to develop their own lawyerly skills. The class, “Think Like a Lawyer to Make Decisions and Solve Problems,” is offered via LinkedIn Learning. More than 33,000 have enrolled, Wehle says.