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Tag Archives: Law School

Pretrial justice, from Maryland to Malawi (access required)

In about six months, an interdisciplinary team of students will travel to the city of Zomba for several weeks as part of a new program, the Malawi Bail & Mitigation Clinic Project at Chancellor College.

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Tobin: Dean of the unexpected (access required)

In an interview with The Daily Record, Tobin talked about how his background led him to the deanship, as well as new programs he hopes to introduce at UM Carey and his views on the value of the third year of law school.

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A law degree for people who don’t need one (access required)

The University of Maryland’s law school has begun accepting applications for its new Master of Science in Law program, which aims to give professionals in three rapidly developing fields — crisis management, health care and the environment — the ability to apply legal principles to their daily work lives.

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