Join us for our 40th Reunion!

We hope to see you at the University of Maryland School of Law's Reunion as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of our graduation. Reunion provides an opportunity to reconnect with friends we haven't see recently, to reflect on the trials and triumphs we experienced in law school, and to celebrate what we've accomplished since.

Class Dinner
7 p.m.

Ticket Price:  $60 per person

Includes:
Buffet Dinner (Menu subject to change)
Salad
Hand carved sirloin and roasted turkey breast
Garlic mashed potatoes
Steamed green beans
Penne palmereo w/ roasted vegetables

Dessert Bar
Assorted cheese cake bar
Sliced fruit

Open Drink Bar
Beer
Wine
Soft drinks
Coffee and tea

Commemorative Reunion Gift

Building tours will be available throughout the evening.

Parking will be available in the Grand Garage for $7.

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Fun Facts and Figures

Then & Now

  1968 2008
Graduates 136 241
Tuition Day Evening Day Evening
In-State $135 $00 $19,744 $14,790
Out-Of-State $225 $170 $31,023 $23,249

Faculty Listing
Dean: William P. Cunningham
Lewis D. Asper Frederick W. Invernizzi John Paul Rogers
Bernard Auerbach Laurence M. Jones Sanford J. Rosen
John M. Brumbaugh Joseph O. Kaiser Nelson B. Seidman
John W. Ester Laurence M. Katz Hal M. Smith
L. Whiting Farinholt, Jr. Lawrence L. Kiefer Shale D. Stiller
Robert G. Fisher James W. McElhaney Edward A. Tomlinson
S. Lyles Freeland John H. Mudd R. Wayne Walker
William G. Hall, Jr. Garrett Power Hon. R. Dorsey Watkins
John O. Herrmann Norman P. Ramsey Marjorie C. Zipser
Roger Howell Russell R. Reno  

POP CULTURE

U.S. President
Lyndon B. Johnson

Album of the Year
"By the Time I Get to Phoenix"—Glen Campbell

Top Song
"Judy In Disguise"—John Fred & His Playboy Band

Top Movie
The Graduate

World Series Champion
St. Louis Cardinals

Superbowl Champion
Green Bay Packers

Supreme Court Judges
Chief Justice Earl Warren
Justice Hugo Lafayette Black
Justice William J. Brennan Jr.
Justice William Orville Douglas
Justice Abe Fortas
Justice John Marshall Harlan
Justice Thurgood Marshall
Justice Potter Stewart
Justice Byron Raymond White

Significant Legal Cases
Duncan v. Louisiana, 391 U.S. 145 (1968)
(holding the right to a jury trial in criminal cases was fundamental and central to the American conception ofjustice and the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment requires states to honor requests for jury trials.)

United States v. O’Brien, 391 U.S. 367 (1968)
(holding a criminal prohibition against burning a draft card did not violate the First Amendment's guarantee of free speech because O'Brien's conduct was expressive as a protest against the Vietnam War, and the law violated was justified because it protected a significant government interest that was unrelated to the suppression of speech.)


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