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Judge drops hate crime charge in student’s fatal stabbing
Posted by: Associated Press on 2019-12-17
A judge on Tuesday dismissed a hate crime charge against a white man who stabbed a black college student to death at a bus stop on the University of Maryland’s campus….
Category(s): More News,Law
J.D. background benefits president of Timonium real estate firm
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2019-12-17
Dani Rush, a 2013 graduate of the UB School of Law, is president of Belrush Realty, a Timonium-based boutique firm. (Submitted photo) After one semester of law school, Dani Rush realized being an attorney was not for her. But Rush refused to quit. Bolstered by people who told her that practicing law would be…
Category(s): Focus on Law,Law,Practice
J.D. Advantage: How a law degree helps non-lawyers
Posted by: Louis Krauss on 2019-12-16
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Dean Donald B. Tobin. (File photo) Although most students at Maryland’s two law schools go on to hold jobs that require bar passage, a small but not insignificant percentage of Maryland law graduates wind up in so-called J.D. Advantage jobs, positions for which bar passage is not…
Law school leaves lasting lessons for lobbyists
Posted by: Steve Lash on 2019-12-16
Annapolis lobbyist Bruce Bereano pointing to a sign that reads “No Lobbyists Beyond This Point” in the statehouse lobby. (The Daily Record/File photo) Though trained to be lawyers, Annapolis lobbyists Bruce Bereano and Camille Fesche have used their law school lessons not for courtroom combat but to advocate for their clients in the Maryland…
Some Md. construction projects more costly due to labor shortage
Posted by: Capital News Service on 2019-12-16
Some construction projects in Maryland are costing tens of millions of dollars more than original estimates, in large measure because of a lack of skilled trades in the region….
Category(s): Featured,Business
UM School of Medicine introduces new board of visitors chair
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-16
Cynthia L. Egan was presented as chair of the University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Board of Visitors Monday at a celebration and recognition event for longstanding former chair Michael E. Cryor. Egan, a current USOM board member, is a corporate governance professional who began her tenure as chair following board approval Dec. 3. Cryor, who…
Feds give Baltimore area $4.6M for public safety initiatives
Posted by: Associated Press on 2019-12-16
The city of Baltimore got a needed boost in federal funding to fight crime when Maryland’s congressional delegation announced a $4.6 million package Monday of grants for public safety initiatives for the region….
Category(s): Law,More News
Mick Arnold and Britt Tegeler | JA of Central Md.
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-16
Mick Arnold, president of Arnold Packaging, and Britt Tegeler, CEO of Tegeler Construction & Supply, were appointed to the board of directors for Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, a nonprofit organization that serves more than 35,000 area K-12 students with hands-on programs on workforce readiness, financial education, and entrepreneurship. In his 23 years as president,…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Britt Tegeler | Tegeler Construction & Supply
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-16
Britt Tegeler, CEO of Tegeler Construction & Supply, has been appointed to the board of directors for Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, a nonprofit organization that offers experiential learning opportunities for K-12 youth to prepare them for how careers, money and business ownership work. Tegeler C&S serves commercial contractors up and down the East Coast…
Category(s): Movers Women
HBCU supporters eye legislative solution to protracted litigation
Posted by: Tim Curtis on 2019-12-15
Maryland Del. Charles Sydnor speaks at a news conference in Annapolis, Md., on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, to urge Gov. Larry Hogan and lawmakers to resolve a 2013 federal court order requiring the state to remedy decades of program duplication between Maryland’s predominantly white colleges and historically black colleges. (AP Photo/Brian Witte) Thirteen years…

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