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  • “Revenge Porn” Event Featured in the Diamondback

    October 17, 2014 On October 16, students came out to join in on a discussion with Maryland House Delegate Jon S. Cardin on the newly enacted bill the outlaws “revenge porn.” As of October 1, 2014, it is a misdemeanor crime to upload nude pictures or videos of a person without their consent. Read more at The Diamondback: http://www.diamondbackonline.com/news/article_da2134be-55a8-11e4-8082-0017a43b2370.html

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  • College Park Scholars on Justice and Legal Thought Program

    September 29, 2014 The Scholars Program reports on their newest program, Justice and Legal Thought, commenting on its “innovative” take on law. Students share their thoughts on the program, and why Justice and Legal Thought is a great addition to their Maryland experience. Read more at http://scholars.umd.edu/news/scholarsnews/678-new-program-justice-and-legal-thought-offers-innovative-view-of-law

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  • UMD Constitution Day Event Featured

    September 19, 2014 In total, about 100 students participated during the UMD Constitution Day event on Wednesday, September 17. About 20 students traveled to the University of Maryland Carey School of Law in Baltimore while over 70 students watched the live-streamed event, where three former Supreme Court clerks shared their experiences clerking for the Justices and their views... Read More

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  • ‘Beyond Ferguson’ Town Hall Event Featured in Diamondback

    September 12, 2014 Yesterday evening, over 400 people attended a Town Hall in the Stamp Colony Ballroom  to voice their opinions about the tragic shooting of Michael Brown and the chaos in Ferguson that followed. MLaw’s director, Robert Koulish, joined two other panelists in discussing poignant topics like civil rights, racial profiling, and social justice. The Diamondback reports... Read More

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