Dayton Law News


Maria Crist Named School of Law Associate Dean

01.04.2012 | Faculty, Law

Law professor Maria Perez Crist, who has directed the School of Law's Legal Profession Program since 2004, has been named associate dean of academic affairs. More


Is Pregnancy a Disability?

01.03.2012 | Health, Hot Topics, Research, Law

Law professor's research says the Americans with Disabilities Act should be expanded to include pregnant workers. More


A Year of Change and Opportunity

12.30.2011 | Law

In a letter to alumni and friends of the School of Law, Dean Paul E. McGreal looks back on an exciting year. More


'Echoes of War'

12.05.2011 | Law, Faculty

A documentary chronicling law professor Tom Hagel's service in Vietnam will become part of a Library of Congress collection. More


New Fund Honors Former Dean Conte, Promotes International Studies

11.15.2011 | Faculty, Law, International

The Francis J. Conte Fund for International Studies will support international studies at the School of Law; help bring scholars and practitioners to the school and provide financial support for students studying abroad. More


The Greater Good

11.14.2011 | Research, Campus and Community, Hot Topics

The University of Dayton's new national television commercial takes viewers on a visually powerful, animated journey. More


Student Running for Ohio House

11.01.2011 | Law, Students

Law student Nick Owens is running for the Republican nomination for the new 66th District in the Ohio House of Representatives. More


October 2011 Faculty News

10.01.2011 | Faculty, Law

Roundup of publications, media appearances and presentations. More


Education Tomorrow's Lawyers

09.26.2011 | Law, Students

The School of Law is one of 15 law schools participating in a new consortium aimed at changing the way lawyers are educated in the U.S. The initiative, Educating Tomorrows Lawyers, creates a platform for law schools to develop and share innovative approaches to education focused on producing practice-ready lawyers. More


Graduate Named to Virginia Supreme Court

09.21.2011 | Law

Elizabeth A. McClanahan 84 was elected this summer to the Supreme Court of Virginia. Selected by the Virginia General Assembly, McClanahan received a 12-year term. More