U. of Baltimore to alter law school funding after dean's resignation

10/14/2011 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

The University of Baltimore has decided to let its law school keep more of the money it generates a few months after law school dean Phillip Closius stepped down and expressed his concern about the funding situation. The university announced a plan to add $1 million to the law school's budget each of the next five years.

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