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UM Carey intellectual property clinic expanding services for entrepreneurs

In an effort to increase its presence in Baltimore and offer more legal services to startups, the intellectual property clinic at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law is going to provide business law services and is ...

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UM Carey launches ‘diversity initiative’ with 4 top law firms

In an effort to make the legal profession more diverse, the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law is partnering with four large law firms to help reach that goal right as people take their first step towards ...

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Md. July bar exam pass rate holds steady; number of test-takers lowest in 30 years

For the third year in a row, 63 percent of those who took the summer Maryland bar exam passed – but the number of people who sat for the exam was the lowest in 30 years. The number of people ...

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UM law school stands by professor who sent controversial email

The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law is standing by one of its professors who resigned from his position as a mock trial coach to undergraduate students after accidentally forwarding an email referring to Latino students as ...

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Attorneys become adjunct law professors for enjoyment, opportunity to give back

Whether it’s teaching specialized courses in their area of practice or stepping in to run a core, first-year course when there are not enough full-time faculty, adjunct professors are a staple at Maryland’s law schools. “We couldn’t do without them,” ...

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