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2011 February Dayton Docket

Symposium to Explore Glass Ceiling Women Face in Board Rooms

The Project for Law & Business Ethics will host a symposium, Perspectives on Gender and Business Ethics: Women in Corporate Governance, on February 25. The symposium will examine the role of women in the governance of corporations and other business entities. More »


Plans Coming Together for 2011 Alumni Weekend

Thanks to the efforts of several dozen University of Dayton School of Law alumni, plans for Alumni Weekend 2011 are rounding into shape. This year's Alumni Weekend, scheduled for May 13 and 14, include special significance for the Classes of 1981, '86, '91, '96, 2001 and '06. More »


Gilvary Symposium Explores Custody Issues

The 2011 Gilvary Symposium attracted dozens of attorneys and legal experts from around the country to explore how to best protect the interests of the more than one million children touched by custody decisions each year. More »


31 Students Graduate in January

The School of Law and its January graduates and their families celebrated the 31 students' accomplishments with a reception. 


Alumni Briefs

Updates from Michael B. Coleman '80, D. Jeffrey Ireland '80, Sue Reisinger '80, Helen Jones-Kelley '84, Jeff Taylor '84, Jeffrey T. Cox '91, Kathleen Duffy Bruder '93, Ronald I. Raether Jr. '96, Christian N. Valentino '00, Roxanne Ingles '03, Patrick J. Palascak '10 and Felicia I. Phipps '10. More »


Faculty Briefs

Updates from Professors Eric Chaffee, Blake Watson, Andrea Seielstad, Thaddeus Hoffmeister, Sam Han, Tracy Reilly and Julie Zink; Paul Venard, assistant professor and reference librarian; Charles J. Faruki, chairman of the Dayton Law Advisory Council; and Adjunct Professor James Brogan. More »


Events

Nontraditional Legal Careers Panel | February 16, 12:30-1:30 p.m.
The next program in the Learn at Lunch Series will examine "Nontraditional Legal Careers," with insight from eight individuals pursuing many different career paths.

Diversity Fest | February 18, 6 p.m.
The Dayton Law community will celebrate our cultural and ethnic diversity as a law school during the annual Diversity Fest on Friday, February 18. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, family and friends are welcome to attend.

Perspectives on Gender and Business Ethics: Women in Corporate Governance | February 25, 12:45¿5:45 p.m.
Pittsburgh Law Professor Douglas Branson is the featured speaker at the next symposium sponsored by the Project for Law & Business Ethics.

Flyers vs. Xavier Basketball Game and Reception for Alumni | February 27, 1 p.m.
Watch the UD Flyers take on the Xavier Musketeers when the Alumni Association hosts its annual Flyers Basketball Game and Reception.

Student/Alumni Reception | March 10, 5 p.m.
This casual get together offers alumni a chance to meet Dayton Law students and provides an opportunity for students to network with alumni.

Unconventional Responses to Unique Disasters: An Evening with Kenneth Feinberg | March 22, 7 p.m.
Kenneth Feinberg oversaw the U.S. Government¿s September 11th Victim Compensation Fund and the Virginia Tech memorial fund and currently serves as the administrator of the BP oil spill compensation fund.

PILT Symposium on Innovations in the Patent System | March 31, 7 p.m.
George Washington Law Professor F. Scott Kieff will examine "How Innovations in the Patent System are Harming Innovation Itself" during next Scholarly Symposia Series on Current Issues in Intellectual Property Law.