University of Baltimore School of Law

1420 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 | Google Map

facebook | twitter | law.ubalt.edu

Founded 1925 | ABA Accredited 1972

The University of Baltimore Law School was founded in 1925 as a school offering only part-time, evening program. However, in 1969, it expanded to include a full-time day program, absorbing Mount Vernon School of Law when University of Baltimore merged with Eastern College the following year. The law school was accredited by the American Bar Association in 1972 and in 1975, the Law School became a public institution when University of Baltimore joined Maryland's higher education system.

UB Law is located on the University of Baltimore's main campus in the Mt. Vernon cultural district. Mount Vernon, as Baltimore's cultural district, offers a great variety of shops, hotels, restaurants, shows, and historical sites. Points of interest include some of the most impressive 19th century architecture on the East Coast; the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall; and the Walters Art Museum; as well as the Baltimore Convention Center; the National Aquarium; the Baltimore Museum of Industry; and Harbor Place, a modern shopping complex.

NOTABLE ALUMNI

Spiro Agnew, Vice President of the United States Frank Kratovil, U.S. Representative for Maryland J. Joseph Curran, Jr., Attorney General of Maryland & former Lt. Governor of Maryland William Donald Schaefer, Mayor of Baltimore & Maryland Governor

Rankings

POLL OF POLLS#123

SELECTIVITY RANK#127

About Rankings Data

© 2017 AdmissionsDean.com LLC. All Rights Reserved. Release: LOCAL_20171021201143