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Your take on UB’s planned law school building

The University of Baltimore announced its design for its new law school building last night. Check out the details here. Though the building might not end up looking exactly as it appears in the artist’s renderings, it seems clear that ...

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This week in Maryland Lawyer

Long Green Valley, in northeast Baltimore County, is beautiful and bucolic — and full of conflict these days, as neighbors spar over Bobby Prigel’s plans to add a creamery and farm store to his organic dairy farm. The case boils ...

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Mayoral advice for the incoming president

Everyone’s got advice for President-elect Barack Obama. Msnbc.com, realizing this, used his election as an opportunity to informally survey the country’s mayors on what they would recommend to the incoming president. MSNBC sent the survey to more than 1,000 mayors, ...

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Putting the lid on spam

My Yahoo! Mail spam box, which is usually 250-messages deep after not checking my e-mail all weekend, was happily not quite as clogged this morning. That’s because last week, the servers of McColo Corp., a Web-hosting firm, got booted off ...

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Law blog round-up

Good morning, Baltimore! (I must be getting old, because the first thing that came to my mind as I typed that was not Hairspray but Robin Williams, as in, “Goooood Morning Vietnaaaam!”) Anyway, here are a few law links to ...

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Sports and business at Network 2000

At Network 2000’s 15th annual Women of Excellence Luncheon Friday, keynote speaker and Baltimore native Jamie McCourt, the highest-ranking woman executive in Major League Baseball, had some pretty interesting things to say about the correlation between sports and business. McCourt, ...

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ABA: No press allowed

The American Bar Association has long been a champion of transparency in government and its own deliberations. As a reporter, I have covered many meetings of the group’s various law sections — from antitrust to intellectual property — and have ...

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Need an intern?

If you’re a business owner in search of a highly motivated, productive intern, you are not alone. The Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce and Baltimore Collegetown Network led an internship workshop at the University of Baltimore today where thirty representatives ...

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Marketing across the gender divide

I like to think of myself as a non-stereotypical woman. For starters, I hate clothes shopping and I love sports. But as I listened to Marti Barletta of TrendSights speak at the Governor’s Maryland Tourism Industry Conference about how to ...

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