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University of Baltimore School of Law
|University of Baltimore School of Law|
|Location||Baltimore, MD, US|
|Outlines||1 (See List)|
The school was founded in 1925 as a part-time evening program to provide legal educational opportunities to working professionals. In 1969, the school established a full time program. The American Bar Association accredited UB Law in 1972. In 1975, UB Law became a public institution, and in 1988 it joined the University of Maryland System and the Association of American Law Schools
UB Law offers the juris doctor degree and masters degrees (LL.M) in tax and U.S. law. The school also offers joint degree combinations of JD/MBA, JD/MPA, JD/MS in criminal justice, JD/MS in negotiations and conflict management, JD/Ph.D. in policy science and JD/LL.M. in taxation.
- University of Baltimore Law Review
- University of Baltimore Law Forum
- Intellectual Property Law Journal
- Journal of Environmental Law
- Nota Bene Alumni Magazine
- Charles J. Acquisto
- Spiro Agnew, former Vice President of the United States
- Curt Anderson, Maryland House of Delegates, chairman Baltimore City Delegation
- Peter Angelos, owner of the Baltimore Orioles
- Samuel Walter Bogley, III, former Lt. Governor of Maryland
- Charles R. Boutin, former member of Maryland House of Delegates.
- Dale R. Cathell
- Tom Condon, sports superagent, named the most powerful agent in football by Sporting News, represents over 120 players.
- J. Joseph Curran, former Maryland Attorney General, former Maryland Lt. Governor
- Bill Emerson
- Donald C. Fry, former Maryland State Senator and Delegate.
- Jeffrey Kluger
- Catherine Curran O'Malley, First Lady of Maryland, wife of Governor Martin O'Malley
- Kendel Sibiski Ehrlich, former First Lady of Maryland wife of former Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr.
- Steven Milloy
- Bishop Robinson, former Police Commissioner of Baltimore
- Davis R. Ruark, State's Attorney for Wicomico County
- Dutch Ruppersberger, Congressman
- William Donald Schaefer, former Mayor of Baltimore, Governor, & Comptroller of Maryland
- Melvin Steinberg, former Lt. Governor of Maryland
- Byron L. Warnken Professor of Law at University of Baltimore and widely considered the foremost authority on appellate criminal law in the State of Maryland.