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May 2010 Dayton Docket

Steve Yuhas: You Get More than a Degree from UD

Steve Yuhas graduated from the School of Law in 1985 and received his undergraduate degree in criminal justice from UD in 1982. He received the School of Law¿s Distinguished Alumni Award in 2001 for his many contributions to the School and the Dayton community. More »


Changes to Curriculum Provide More Flexibility, Broaden Course Offerings

Beginning in the fall 2010, the School of Law's innovative Lawyer as Problem Solver curriculum will undergo modest changes to better meet students¿ needs, provide flexible course scheduling and allow the School to broaden and deepen its upper-level course offerings. More »


Graduates Reflect on Law School Experiences

The School of Law's Class of 2010 comprises 144 students. The majority of the class will celebrate graduation during a commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 8, at 10 a.m., at the UD Arena. A reception for the graduates, family and friends will follow at the law school. More »


Dru Bruns, UDSL Business Manager, Retires

If you have ever taken a class or attended an event at the University of Dayton School of Law, then you have felt the impact of Dru Bruns' work at the School. More »


Moot Court Team Completes Successful Season

The winners of the Janice M. Paulus Awards were honored earlier this spring at a Moot Court banquet. More »


Still Time to Register for Alumni Weekend

It's not too late to register for the 2010 Alumni Weekend, slated to take place Friday May 14, and Saturday, May 15. To register or for more information, contact the External Relations Office at 937-229-3793 or lee_ann.ross@notes.udayton.edu.


Alumni Briefs

News from alumni Thomas W. Anderson '79, Michael J. Kramer '83, Kelly C. Wolford '95, Jandá M. Carter '01, Tami Kirby '04, Aaron Freeman '04, Nathan Michael Little '09 and Nick Mann '09. More »


Faculty Briefs

News from Dean Lisa Kloppenberg, Professors Susan Brenner, Vernellia Randall, Pamela Laufer-Ukeles, James Durham, Rich Saphire, Adjunct Professor Ken Germain and student Rob Scott.  More »