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Faculty, staff levels remain steady at Md.’s two law schools
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2019-08-16
Faculty and staff levels have remained steady at Maryland’s two law schools, though recent retirements mean both will be looking to hire in the next year, the schools’ deans said. The University of Baltimore School of Law reported 61 full-time faculty members during the 2017-18 academic year and the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School…
UB, Md. law deans discuss the ‘new normal’ and new offerings
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2019-08-16
The deans of Maryland’s two law schools are excited about the new academic year and their incoming 1L classes, as application rates have largely stabilized after years of precipitous drops. Nationwide, law school applications are up 3.3 percent over last year — and 11.6% over the last two years, according to the Law School Admission…
Uniform Bar Exam focuses on topics that are common nationwide
Posted by: Steve Lash on 2019-08-16
The bar exam that would-be Maryland attorneys sat for last month — and that future bar applicants will take — was different from those taken by their forbears. Gone from the two-day test offered twice annually are essay questions related specifically to Maryland law and procedure. Maryland-specific questions are now asked separately, online, in a…
Category(s): Law,Focus on the law
Updated law school offerings include coding, professional development
Posted by: Julia Arbutus on 2019-08-16
Students at Maryland’s two law schools will be able to take advantage of new offerings this academic year as professors strive to prepare them for the changing landscape of the legal profession. The University of Baltimore School of Law is taking its post-J.D. certificate in family law program online, while the University of Maryland Francis…
Category(s): Law,Focus on the law
Eric Davidson | UMCES
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-16
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Professor Eric Davidson has been named a 2019 Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU). Davidson is director and professor at the Appalachian Laboratory of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science in Frostburg. His research in biogeochemistry includes the exchange of plant nutrients from the land to…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Maryland University of Integrative Health gets approval for new programs
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-16
Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) announced today that it has received approval from the Maryland Higher Education Commission to offer new and revised programs. The Laurel university’s new Master of Science in clinical herbal medicine is the only one in the nation that is offered by a regionally-accredited university. It prepares graduates to apply the…
Data confirms growing dead zone in Chesapeake Bay
Posted by: Associated Press on 2019-08-16
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland scientists have been warning of a growing “dead zone” in the Chesapeake Bay. Now the numbers are in, confirming their dire warnings were correct. Natural Resources Department data shows an area with little to no oxygen spread to 2 cubic miles (8 cubic kilometers) by late July, making it one of the worst in decades. By…
Category(s): More News,Government
Parties debate judge’s right to limit access to court audio
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2019-08-15
A Baltimore woman is asking a judge to declare that the Baltimore City Circuit Court administrative judge exceeded his authority when he issued a broad order in April revoking the public’s general right to obtain audio recordings of court proceedings. The Maryland Rules allow individuals to request audio recordings of hearings and trials and provide that…
Category(s): Trial Courts,Law,Featured
Kirsten Corazzini | U. of Md. School of Nursing
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-15
The University of Maryland School of Nursing named Kirsten Corazzini, Ph.D, FGSA as professor with tenure and associate dean of the Doctor of Philosophy program. The school’s doctoral program, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, prepares students as researchers and scholars to tackle some of the greatest challenges facing health care, such as aging…
Meredith Lathbury Girard | Mid-Shore Pro Bono
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-15
Meredith Lathbury Girard, Esq. was named the first managing attorney for Mid-Shore Pro Bono, an Easton-based nonprofit that connects low-income individuals and families who need civil legal services with volunteer attorneys and community resources across the Eastern Shore. In this role, Girard will oversee and manage all of the organization’s legal projects, including the Economic…

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