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Friday, February 4, 2005

School of Law

The Baltimore Sun - The Hon. George Russell, Jr., JD, a 1954 graduate of the School of Law, was the keynote speaker at the annual commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History Month held at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Russell became the first African-American to sit on the Circuit Court in Maryland in 1966 and on the state appellate court in 1967. The School honored Russell with its Distinguished Graduate Award in 2000. During his speech, Russell said that Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley and the city's other political leaders have failed to speak out against racial injustice.
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Friday, February 4, 2005

Professor Renee Hutchins

WPFW Radio - Freed prisoner Walter Arvinger and his family came to the University of Maryland, Baltimore, for a ceremony involving the students and faculty who worked on his case for 18 months and helped to secure the commutation of his sentence by Gov. Ehrlich. They were honored with Diversity Recognition awards at the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr./Black History Month celebration. Renee Hutchins, JD, assistant professor, School of Law, was interviewed.

Thursday, February 3, 2005

School of Law

WBAL-TV - The Hon. George Russell, Jr., JD, a 1954 graduate of the School of Law, was the keynote speaker at the annual commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History Month held at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Russell became the first African-American to sit on the Circuit Court in Maryland in 1966 and on the state appellate court in 1967. The School honored Russell with its Distinguished Graduate Award in 2000. During his speech, Russell said that Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley and the city's other political leaders have failed to speak out against racial injustice.

Wednesday, February 2, 2005

Professors Michael Millemann, Renee Hutchins and Steven Schwinn

WMAR-TV - Freed prisoner Walter Arvinger and his family came to the University of Maryland, Baltimore, for a ceremony involving the students and faculty who worked on his case for 18 months and helped to secure the commutation of his sentence by Gov. Ehrlich. Honored with Diversity Recognition Awards at the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr./Black History Month celebration were three professors in the School of Law: Michael A. Millemann, JD; Renee Hutchins, JD; and Steven Schwinn, JD. Also honored with the Outstanding Student Award were students from the Walter Arvinger Legal Defense Team. They were shown on stage with the professors; Karen Rothenberg, JD, MPA, dean, School of Law; UMB President David Ramsay, DM, DPhil; and MLK Ceremony Keynote Speaker, the Hon. George Russell, Jr., JD. Interviewed individually were students Elisabeth Carmichael, Erik Arena, Saj Popat, and Mark DeSimone. Watch the Video

Wednesday, February 2, 2005

School of Law

WBAL-TV - The Hon. George Russell, Jr., JD, a 1954 graduate of the School of Law, was the keynote speaker at the annual commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. and Black History Month held at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Russell became the first African-American to sit on the Circuit Court in Maryland in 1966 and on the state appellate court in 1967. The School honored Russell with its Distinguished Graduate Award in 2000.

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