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University of Baltimore Law Review
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Baltimore, MD 21201-5779

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  1. All named students from Volume 1, Nr 1 were in the day school and with the exception of me, all were seniors. I was the only junior. With Volume 2, Nr 1 there was a complete turnover in that the faculty advisor went from Professor Malawer to Professor Davidson. Professor Malawer went to finish his Ph.D. in International Affairs and I was in the accelerated J.D. program, so I had already passed the Maryland Bar exam before graduating in May with most members of my class.

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