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New law school courses, clinics delve into criminal justice issues

As conversations about police conduct, racial disparities and flaws in the criminal justice system have been taking place in Baltimore and around the country, colleges and universities have launched courses aimed at examining the root causes of these societal issues ...

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Employment prospects improve for Md.’s law school grads

The percentage of Maryland law graduates who found jobs requiring them to pass the bar has remained steady for another year, inching up by just 0.8 percentage points to 58 percent, compared with 62.4 percent nationwide. There are signs of ...

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New incubator program assists fledgling solo practitioners

Maya Zegarra graduated last year from the University of Baltimore School of Law and wants to practice immigration law, specifically humanitarian cases representing those seeking visas, special immigrant juvenile status or other means of remaining in the U.S. “I know ...

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UB Law moves up in U.S. News rankings; UM Carey holds steady

For the second year in a row, the University of Baltimore School of Law has risen in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Law Schools ranking, reaching No. 111 after climbing nearly 25 spots in two years. The University ...

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Retired judge tells UB Law audience how being a woman influenced her decisions

Some judges might have you believe their rulings are entirely the result of impartial analysis. But judges are not “automatons,” according to former federal judge Nancy Gertner; they’re people whose life experiences impact the work they do every day Gertner ...

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