Faculty in the News - Archive
Friday, January 27, 2012Professor Douglas ColbertBaltimore Sun
- Lawmakers have drafted emergency bills to reverse a Maryland Court of Appeals order forcing public defenders to attend thousands of district court commissioners' bail hearings for indigent defendants after law enforcement officials complained about the cost. Francis King Carey School of Law professor Douglas Colbert, JD, who had been fighting for such representation for years, testified in favor of funding compliance
because it would save the state money that is unnecessarily spent on holding non-violent offenders and because it would protect Sixth Amendment rights to counsel.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012Professor Taunya Lovell BanksWYPR-FM
- The UM Carey School of Law is partnering with Single Carrot Theatre for the reading of City Paper's Murder Ink column. Taunya Banks, JD, the Jacob A. France Professor of Equality Jurisprudence at the law school, spoke about the event on the "Maryland Morning" program
Wednesday, January 25, 2012Professor Kathleen DachilleRedLodge Clearinghouse
- Kathleen Hoke Dachille, JD, associate professor at the Francis King Carey School of Law and a regional director at the Network for Public Health Law, is quoted about rules regarding public disclosure of hydraulic fracturing chemicals
Monday, January 23, 2012Professor Brenda Bratton BlomWYPR-FM
- Professor Brenda Bratton Blom, JD, PhD, MPS, of the UM Carey School of Law, spoke live on the "Maryland Morning" program regarding recent cases involving lead-paint poisoning
. She suggested the current tort system is not an appropriate method of seeking redress for victims.
Monday, January 23, 2012Professor Jerome DeiseBaltimore Sun
- Jerome Deise, JD, professor, UM Carey School of Law was a faculty advisor at the combined UM and University of Baltimore School of Law third-year law student Litigation Skills Program
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