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Ronald Weich: Leveling the wings of legal education

The Daily Record’s Editorial Advisory Board has analogized law schools to distressed airliners (“Legal education — stopping the graveyard spiral,” Feb. 7). While the metaphor is extreme, the current challenges in legal education are real. At the University of Baltimore School of Law, we take these concerns very seriously.

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Persson to serve on MSBA’s Business Law Section Council

C.J. Persson, an associate with Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler LLC, has been elected as a member-at-large to the Maryland State Bar Association’s Business Law Section Council. Her three-year term will commence in September. Bringing over 11 years of legal ...

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No money, mo problems

Looks like more bad news this week for law school graduates. Starting salaries for the class of 2011 are down across the board. Mean starting salaries for first-year associates fell 6.5 percent, according to numbers from the National Association for ...

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In-House Interrogatory

It’s all about in-house education this week. Asked: Our weekly question to the In-House community Most law schools don’t have classes that specifically prepare attorneys for jobs as in-house counsels. And in today’s unsteady economy, more law students are thinking ...

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Green Party to choose between Roseanne Barr, rival at Baltimore event

Roseanne Barr, her political rival and about 450 members of the Green Party will converge in Baltimore this week, as the party meets to choose its candidate for the November presidential election. However, choosing between Barr and the frontrunner, Dr. ...

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