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Warnken keeps old-fashioned ways for first class at new UB Law building

Byron Warnken teaches the first class at the John and Frances Angelos Law Center at University of Baltimore School of Law. Warnken also taught the first class at the old law building more than three decades ago.

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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Supreme statements at opening of UB’s new law center

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan speaks with Ronald Weich, dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law (center) and Brit Kirwan, chancellor of the University System of Maryland, at the opening of the new law school building.

While U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan acknowledges the precarious state of legal education today, she believes there are law schools that will make it through these times even stronger.

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Weich, new UB Law dean, talks curriculum, tuition and slow pace of academia

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As the University of Baltimore School of Law’s new building opens this month, its dean, Ronald Weich, sat down with The Daily Record editors and reporters to discuss long-term goals, the future of legal education and what, exactly, he does during those long car rides between Baltimore and his home near Washington, D.C.

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CBRE brokers $11.6M sale of Hanover property

CBRE this week brokered the $11.6 million sale of a fully-leased, multi-tenanted industrial building in the Baltimore-Washington corridor. A group affiliated with the Industrial Income Trust Inc. purchased the rear loaded, flexibly designed property located at 7463 New Ridge Rd. ...

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Work in progress for Baltimore’s newest park

The work at what soon will be Baltimore’s newest park is in full swing near Pier 5. Look for Pierce’s Park to open this fall. The development, located on a sliver of land behind the Columbus Center, is going to ...

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