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June 2011 Dayton Docket

Dean Lisa Kloppenberg and Thomas Hurney Jr.Dayton Law Honors Alumni and Friends over Alumni Weekend

The Dayton Law Alumni Association honored four members of the School of Law community with special awards during this year's Alumni Weekend, May 13 and 14. Recipients included Terry Miller '77, Helenka Marculewicz, Thomas Hurney Jr. '83 and Jeff Rezabek '97. More »

Class of 2011 Celebrates Graduation

2011 Commencement CeremonyMembers of Dayton Law's Class of 2011 celebrated the culmination of their legal education with a commencement ceremony on May 7 at the UD Arena. The Class of 2011 comprises 181 students, including 170 who received a J.D., and 11 who received a Master of Laws, or LL.M. More »

Sr. Mary Louise Foley Retires as Campus Minister

Sr. Mary Louise Foley, F.M.I.After 20 years of serving the University of Dayton Law, and many more working with the Marianist sisters and the University, Sr. Mary Louise Foley, F.M.I., has retired as campus minister. She joined the School of Law as campus minister 1991, serving as counselor and friend to the students, faculty and staff. She also served as campus minister to faculty throughout campus. More »

Facebook or Your Job?

The School of Law's next IP symposium will discuss whether posting to social media sites at work is a reason for dismissal and new EU rules on cookies. The annual Significant Developments in Intellectual Property Law of Computers and Cyberspace, will focus on licensing, patenting, policing and navigating cutting-edge technologies. More »

Registrar Linda Cole Retires after 28 Years

Registrar Linda ColeRegistrar Linda Cole, who first joined the School of Law in 1980 as a faculty secretary, is retiring in June. As registrar, Cole was responsible for student registration, exam administration and maintaining academic files, as well as with assisting to prepare academic calendars and course and exam schedules. More »

Alumni Briefs

Updates from J. Michael King '79, Michael J. McDermott '84, Philip Zulli '86, Patrick Piccininni '91, Morris A. Anyah '96, Beth A. (Staudenmaier) Buchanan '97, Andrew Dalton '97, Christopher Reeder '97, Rick L. Weil '97, Dale Riedel '04, Hannah (Arel) '05 and Robert Barnhorn '05 and Chris Seelbach '05. More »

Faculty Briefs

News from Professors Vernellia R. Randall, Susan Brenner, Blake Watson, Sheila Miller, Susan Wawrose, Victoria VanZandt, Eric Chaffee, Andrea Seielstad, Charlie Hallinan, Tracy Reilly, Richard Saphire and Thomas Hagel; Tim Swensen, assistant dean and director of career services; and Adjunct Professor Vipal Patel. More »

Events

2011 Computer and Cyberspace Law Seminar | June 10
The 21st annual Seminar on Significant Developments in the Intellectual Property Law of Computers and Cyberspace will be held Friday, June 10. Organized by the Program in Law and Technology, the seminar will focus on licensing, patenting, policing and navigating cutting-edge technologies.

Admitted Student Law Day | June 17, 9:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
Specially designed for students who have been admitted to the School of Law, our Admitted Student Law Day includes a mock law class; a student/alumni panel; information sessions on housing and financial aid; lunch with current law students and faculty; and a tour of Keller Hall.