At the University of Baltimore School of Law, diversity is celebrated among students, faculty and staff. You’ll learn legal theory and doctrine from professors in our light-filled classrooms, but your educational experience will also be illuminated by those sitting beside you in class.
Diversity of all kinds is essential to creating a better law school, stronger law students and, in turn, more well-rounded lawyers who will work to ensure that our laws contribute to a more just society.
At the University of Baltimore School of Law, diversity is reflected by the age, race, religion, national and ethnic origin, political affiliation and sexual orientation of our students, as well as of our faculty and staff. We aim to provide students with opportunities that will enrich understanding and allow them to become confident, committed and compassionate attorneys.
In addition to a range of student organizations, the UB School of Law has two innovative pipeline programs: the Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence and the Charles Hamilton Houston Scholars Program.
We strive to:
• Promote an atmosphere of diversity and inclusiveness.
• Ensure that the University of Baltimore School of Law community reflects the greater Baltimore community.
• Support a learning environment that furthers our mission through active student engagement, a strong social justice curriculum, service in the community and focus on practical skills development.