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Law student wins unusual motion before Duke-UNC game

Welcome to Monday, the 54th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s assassination. Here are some other news items. — Law student wins “motion” to extend assignment deadline so she could watch her beloved Tar Heels. — Colorado Supreme Court says ...

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For the State Board of Law Examiners, the bar exam lasts all year

The results of February’s bar exam aren’t out yet and July’s exam is still months away. But across Maryland, seven attorneys are hard at work coming up with questions to test the mettle of would-be lawyers in February 2013. They ...

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Law students going door to door to spread word on foreclosure rights

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY — When Gabriel Rodriguez-Rico and Danielle Dean met one recent Saturday in Prince George’s County to help residents of foreclosed homes, they ended up heeding, in a way, the advice they were handing out: “Don’t move. Don’t ...

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University of Baltimore law students take the food stamp challenge

Some University of Baltimore law students inadvertently put one foot in the real world last fall when they signed up for the Law and Poverty Seminar. In addition to reading case law related to poverty, they were required to get ...

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Md. law firms rethink approach to summer associate programs

Summer associate programs at some of the larger and mid-sized law firms around Baltimore are a mixed bag this year. Some firms, like Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP and Ballard Spahr LLP, have jettisoned the programs for 2011; others, like ...

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