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

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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Nancy Pelosi to speak at UB Law graduation

House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi will be the speaker at the University of Baltimore School of Law’s graduation ceremony. Pelosi, former Speaker of the House who has represented San Francisco in Congress for 25 years, is a Baltimore native. She ...

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

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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UB Law’s Higginbotham takes on the lingering effects of Jim Crow

In May 2004, University of Baltimore School of Law professor F. Michael Higginbotham gave a speech to mark the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, the Supreme Court’s historic ruling that found segregated public schools were inherently unequal.

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State’s law schools join forces with practical approach to trial advocacy

Lawyers became actors and students became attorneys last Monday in the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law’s moot court room.

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