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Tag Archives: Francis King Carey School of Law

Joe Surkiewicz: UM Carey clinic serves immigrants, trains students (access required)

The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Immigration Clinic has two operational goals. First, to help people facing deportation. And second, to prepare student attorneys for the actual practice of law.

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Hopkins, UM benefactor W.P. Carey dies at 81

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — William Polk Carey, an entrepreneur who founded a New York-based investment management firm bearing his name and donated millions of dollars to Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland law school, has died at ...

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Sonja Sohn’s full testimony at ‘Defending Childhood’ hearing (access required)

"I remember watching in horror as my mother's head lay on the chopping block of our kitchen counter while my father held a large butcher's knife to her throat, as she cried and begged to be put out of her misery."

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O’Malley stands by criticism of environmental law clinic (access required)

Gov. Martin O’Malley on Friday stood by his right to criticize the University of Maryland’s environmental law clinic for continuing litigation against a family-owned chicken farm on the Eastern Shore, despite strong objection from the law school’s dean. O’Malley ignited ...

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Joe Surkiewicz: MVLS, law school to ‘Celebrate Pro Bono’ (access required)

This year’s Celebrate Pro Bono recognition reception on Oct. 19 is a twofer: In addition to the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service honoring its top volunteers, the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law’s Leadership in Public Service and ...

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Top 5: ‘…a parent’s worst nightmare’ (access required)

Parents allege that their child was sexually abused by a peer at a school in Prince George’s County, and news of a Baltimore County-based lawyer/magician who was arrested in an Internet sting operation in Florida could spur a probe by the ...

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