Byron L. Warnken, a beloved longtime University of Baltimore School of Law professor whose students never forgot him or he them, died Monday.
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 […]
Byron L. Warnken came to University of Baltimore School of Law as an evening student in 1973. Forty-five years later, Warnken is retiring after being a professor, mentor and friend to thousands of law students over his four decades at the school. “I love the school, I love the students, because I look at these […]
The UB Law professor once played foil to a de facto comedy routine by Justices Antonin Scalia and David H. Souter.
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In the wake of the British burning of Washington and the end of the War of 1812, a Maryland lawyer and businessman who returned four British soldiers to the enemy stood on trial for treason in 1815. Almost 200 years later, local judges, attorneys and members of the legal community gathered to recreate the scene in which defense attorney William Pinkney delivered the closing argument that resulted [...]
Byron B. Warnken’s firm, Warnken LLC, launched AccidentValues.com, a site where users can get an estimate for the value of their accident case and, if they choose, connect with a lawyer.
For Byron L. Warnken, 32 years of work has come down to 1,940 pages, 34 chapters and 8.4 pounds.
When Byron Warnken taught the first class in the original John and Frances Angelos Law Center in 1982, students took notes with paper and pen.
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