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Tag Archives: University of Baltimore

Md. law schools prepare to go online-only after spring break (access required)

As college campuses begin closing across the country in response to the coronavirus outbreak, Maryland’s two law schools have implemented their own plans to switch to online-only classes following spring break and to cancel various in-person events. While it’s clear ...

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Baltimore Legal Hackers discuss return of aerial surveillance program (access required)

When Jawan Richards was shot in the neck by a Gun Trace Task Force officer in early 2016, his attorney did not know that the entire incident had been filmed by a surveillance plane thousands of feet above the city.

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Parsons’ UB gift to let community college transfers finish for free (access required)

A gift to the University of Baltimore from billionaire alumnus Bob Parsons will allow community college students and military veterans to finish their degree for free, the university announced Monday. Parsons’s $5 million gift over five years will bridge the ...

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J.D. Advantage: How a law degree helps non-lawyers (access required)

Although most students at Maryland’s two law schools go on to hold jobs that require bar passage, a small but not insignificant percentage of Maryland law graduates wind up in so-called J.D. Advantage jobs, positions for which bar passage is not required ...

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UB School of Law sees greater independence under new revenue model (access required)

The University of Baltimore School of Law will move to a new business model next month that separates its budget from the rest of the university, a move intended to give the school greater autonomy. Under the new model, called ...

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McCurdy brings a new day at Baltimore City Community College (access required)

Job No. 1 for Debra L. McCurdy will be restoring confidence in Baltimore City Community College. McCurdy, who took over the presidency of the college this month, sees her role as improving communications and instilling confidence both within the institution and ...

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