Required Courses

The School of Law provides a rich range of classes in both the day and evening divisions, which will fulfill the 87 credits you will need to graduate. In addition to the first-year and upper-level required curriculum , we strongly recommend that you prepare for the rigors of legal practice by enrolling in as many of the " foundational courses

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Career Development

(9 days ago) Law Career Development Office University of Baltimore School of Law 1401 N. Charles St. First Floor, Suite B Baltimore, MD 21201 410.837.4404 [email protected]

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Legal Writing Center

(2 days ago) Main Content. School of Law; Academics; academic-support ; Legal Writing Center; Writing matters—in the classroom, in the workplace, and in the law. Currently enrolled UBalt law students may visit the School of Law's Legal Writing Center for one-on-one assistance with a UBalt Writing Fellow on any writing assignment in law school if permitted by the student's professor.

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Michele E. Gilman

(5 days ago) Venable Professor of Law Director, Saul Ewing Civil Advocacy Clinic Co-Director, Center on Applied Feminism. [email protected] 410.837.5656 John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 424. Administrative Assistant: Rosalind Williams 410.837.5705 John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 412 Education. J.D., University of Michigan B.A., Duke University. Curriculum Vitae

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The Evolution of United States Antitrust Law: The Past

(7 days ago) Before there was an antitrust statute in the United States, the common law as it 1 Albert A. Foer is President of the American Antitrust Institute. Robert H. Lande, the Venable Professor of Law at the University of Baltimore, is Senior Research Fellow at the American Antitrust Institute. The Institute is described at

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(1 days ago) 838 N. J. 808 ATLANTIC REPORTER, 2d SERIES 174 N.J. 381 S 381In the Matter of the ESTATE OF Arthur J. ROCCAMONTE, Sr. Mary Theresa Sopko, Plaintiff– Respondent, v. Doreen Slackman, Administratrix of the Estate of Arthur J. Roccamonte, Sr.,

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Content Posted in 2015

(4 days ago) From the Law School "Although it is a healthy situation for a legislative body to have a diversified constituency, I am concerned about the steady loss of lawyer membership.", Melvin A. Steinberg. PDF. From the Law School "Exceptionally strong academic credentials were presented by students admitted this year", Beverly Falcon. PDF

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Barbara Ann White

(7 days ago) Professor of Law Director, MSBA-UB Business Law Clerkship Program. [email protected] 410.837.4536 John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 1117. Administrative Assistant: Deborah Thompson 410.837.4635 John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 1112 Education. J.D., cum laude, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1985 Ph.D., economics, Cornell …

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Course Offerings

(7 days ago) LAW 600, 3 credits This course focuses on the process and procedures of a civil lawsuit, from the filing of the complaint through the final appeal. The course will provide an introduction to the structure and operation of the state and federal court systems in the United States, and will concentrate on cases brought in the federal courts, conducted pursuant to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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What Is the Rule of Law and Why Is It So Important

(6 days ago) All law and political institutions can and should be evaluated to determine whether it or they advance the rule of law — or do not.l Five main points should be made as plainly as possible at the outset. First, the definition: "rule of law" is the Enolish translation of the Latin phrase "imperium

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Mortimer Sellers

(6 days ago) Law, Reason, and Emotion (Cambridge, 2017) Parochialism, Cosmopolitanism, and the Foundations of International Law (2012) The Rule of Law in Comparative Perspective (with Tadeusz Tomaszewski) (2010) The Internationalization of Law and Legal Education (with Jan Klabbers) (2008) Autonomy in the Law (2007)

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Elective Courses

(7 days ago) LAW 877, 3 credits The frame of reference for study in this course is the professional life of a law enforcement officer, addressing the following topics: law enforcement officers' privilege against compelled self-incrimination, administrative disciplinary procedures for law enforcement officers, use of deadly force by law enforcement officers

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The Paquete Habana: A Case History in the Development of

(4 days ago) The American law of maritime prize is older than the nation itself. In fact, maritime prize law gave rise to the first distinctively federal court under the Confederation - the Court of Appeals in Cases of Prize and Capture.4 The genesis of American maritime prize law, however, re­

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LL.M. and Certificate Programs

(7 days ago) The nation’s first Post-J.D. Certificate in Family Law, housed in the University of Baltimore School of Law’s Sayra and Neil Meyerhoff Center for Families, Children and the Courts, is an innovative, practice-based program offering a prestigious credential for attorneys who want to focus on family law or to add family law to their practice.

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Apply to the J.D. Program

(Just Now) The school of law places more emphasis on the highest LSAT or GRE score obtained by the applicant when multiple scores are available. However, all scores are reviewed when making a decision. Applicants with disparate scores should include an addendum with their application to explain the difference between the scores.

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Nuremberg Trials and International Law

(2 days ago) Part of theInternational Law Commons This Article is brought to you for free and open access by [email protected] of Baltimore School of Law. It has been accepted for inclusion in University of Baltimore Law Forum by an authorized editor of [email protected] of Baltimore School of Law. For more information, please contactsnolan

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Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Client Criteria

(7 days ago) The University of Baltimore law clinics have provided a wide range of services for low-income clients in Baltimore and the surrounding region for several decades. The Low Income Taxpayer Clinic was established in 2000 to assist low-income taxpayers …

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13th Feminist Legal Theory Conference

(5 days ago) 13th Feminist Legal Theory Conference. The Center on Applied Feminism at the University of Baltimore School of Law seeks paper proposals for the Thirteenth Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference. We hope you will join us for this exciting conference on Friday, April 8, 2022 . This year, we aim to capture, develop, and disseminate cutting edge

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Intellectual Property

(2 days ago) Main Content. School of Law; Academics; J.D. Program; Areas of Concentration; Intellectual Property; Students concentrating in intellectual property enroll in courses that discuss copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets.Coursework also addresses the policies underlying the protection of intellectual property and compares the different ways intellectual property can be used to

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Intellectual Property Law

(6 days ago) Intellectual property lawyers work in small and large law firms, legal departments of corporations and universities, trade associations, and in a wide range of federal agencies, including the Department of Justice, the Department of Commerce, the International Trade Commission, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the Library of Congress and

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Criminal Practice Clinic

(1 days ago) The Criminal Practice Clinic offers students the opportunity to practice criminal law in the trial courts of Maryland, under Rule 19-220 of the Rules Governing Admission to the Bar. Students prosecute or defend persons charged with crimes such as assault, drug offenses, alcohol-related charges, disorderly conduct, theft and the like.

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Concentrations and Practice Areas

(Just Now) A concentration comprises substantive or doctrinal courses in a particular area of the law. Practice tracks combine these courses with practical activities like externships, moot court and co-curricular activities to develop the skills necessary for practice in a particular area of the law. UBalt has 19 practice tracks and nine areas of

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(6 days ago) Months the Law school confers degrees January, May, September # of credit hours required to earn the JD 87 Curricular Offerings 2018-2019 2018-2019 Typical first-year section size, excluding all small sections taught by full-time faculty 52 Number of course titles,beyond the first

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Bronfein Family Law Clinic

(2 days ago) Family law is a complex and ever-changing area of law. If you go to a small or medium sized law firm after graduation, your firm most likely will do some family law so it is a great asset to your post-graduation job search and employment. Prerequisites: First-year day courses; Evidence; Professional Responsibility. Recommended: Family Law

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A Government of Laws Not of Precedents 1776-1876: The

(7 days ago) A GOVERNMENT OF LAWS NOT OF PRECEDENTS 1776-1876: THE GOOGLE CHALLENGE TO COMMON LAW MYTH* James R. Maxeiner"" ABSTRACT The United States, it is said, is a common law country. The genius of American common law, according to American jurists, is its flexibility in adapting to

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Admitted Students

(Just Now) First Year Experience. Our goal for first-year students is for them to understand the expectations, learn how to manage the workload, and take advantage of the many resources available to them at the law school, so they can succeed and feel confident moving into year two. Law school was very different from undergrad.

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Litigation and Advocacy

(4 days ago) Litigation and Advocacy. The litigation and advocacy concentration focuses on the tools needed for a successful career in the courtroom. In required courses, students learn about federal and state rules of evidence, the process of litigation, counseling clients and written and oral advocacy for the clients. Elective courses allow students to

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(2 days ago) SHELDON BERNARD LYKE CV 2 of 7 ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS (continued) NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW Spring. 2012 to Summer 2013 Visiting Assistant Professor • Courses: Law & Society and Critical Race Theory THE WILLIAMS INSTITUTE AT UCLA SCHOOL OF LAW Summer 2011 to Autumn 2011 Dorr Legg Law and Policy Fellow

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