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Law Professor: Does Anybody Want to Return to the Days of the 'Never Ending' Special Prosecutor?

Law Professor: Does Anybody Want to Return to the Days of the 'Never Ending' Special Prosecutor?

July 31, 2014

Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, tells CBS News that "nobody can want" to return to the days of a special prosecutor investigating the executive branch for months or years at a time. Tiefer testified at a House Committee on the Judiciary hearing on July 30, concerning allegations that IRS officials acted against certain political groups.

UB Law Center Among 'World's Most Impressive Law School Buildings'

UB Law Center Among 'World's Most Impressive Law School Buildings'

July 31, 2014

The University of Baltimore's John and Frances Angelos Law Center, home to the UB School of Law and one of the nation's greenest law schools, is on a list of the 50 Most Impressive Law School Buildings in the World. The list, compiled by Best Choice Schools, features buildings "chosen for their ingenuity, aesthetic beauty, and commitment to creating an environment that honors the history and study of law."

Local High School Students Complete UB's College Readiness Program

Local High School Students Complete UB's College Readiness Program

July 30, 2014

A group of 40 high school students from throughout Baltimore will celebrate their completion of the University of Baltimore's College Readiness Academy with a series of presentations on Aug. 1.

Law Professor to Testify at House Hearing on IRS Targeting

Law Professor to Testify at House Hearing on IRS Targeting

July 29, 2014

Charles Tiefer, professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, will testify at a House Committee on the Judiciary hearing on July 30, concerning allegations that IRS officials acted against certain political groups.

University of Baltimore Law Professor Helps Exonerate Texas Man Convicted of Rape

University of Baltimore Law Professor Helps Exonerate Texas Man Convicted of Rape

July 25, 2014

Colin Starger, a professor in the University of Baltimore School of Law, was part of a team whose research resulted in the July 25 exoneration of a Texas man who was falsely convicted of rape in 1990.

Baltimore Data Day, July 25

Baltimore Data Day, July 25

July 24, 2014

Many of the region's top experts in data analysis and public accessibility will attend the 5th annual Baltimore Data Day, to be held at the University of Baltimore on July 25.

University of Baltimore Receives EPA Grant to Help Revitalize Urban Watershed

University of Baltimore Receives EPA Grant to Help Revitalize Urban Watershed

July 23, 2014

The University of Baltimore has received an Environmental Protection Agency grant of nearly $60,000 to help clean up a vital portion of the Lower Jones Falls near the UB campus.

'O! Say' Poster Competition Judging Set for Sept. 15

'O! Say' Poster Competition Judging Set for Sept. 15

July 21, 2014

The University of Baltimore will host a special public event on Sept. 15 that will serve as the culmination of its "O! Say, Can You Design a Poster?" competition and provide a platform for the legendary graphic designer, Kit Hinrichs, to deliver a keynote address on the history of the design of the American flag.

Business Professor: It's Never Too Late to Start a New Career

Business Professor: It's Never Too Late to Start a New Career

July 21, 2014

Ting Zhang, assistant professor in the University of Baltimore's School of Public and International Affairs and associate director and research assistant professor in UB's Jacob France Institute, tells Time magazine that more older Americans are recognizing that it makes sense to pursue their business dreams, especially since their fellow seniors also are stepping up to do it.

UB's New President Establishes Scholarship for Baltimore Students

UB's New President Establishes Scholarship for Baltimore Students

July 14, 2014

Kurt L. Schmoke, the new president of the University of Baltimore, has announced a scholarship fund to benefit Baltimore students enrolled in UB's College of Public Affairs. The scholarship is named for Schmoke's younger brother, Murray Alexander Schmoke Jr., who died in a 1994 car accident while volunteering as an English teacher in South Africa.

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