Dayton Law News


School of Law Honors Alumni

05.15.2011 | Law

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


Facebook or Your Job?

05.10.2011 | Law, Hot Topics, Culture and Society

An upcoming IP law symposium will discuss whether posting to social media sites at work is a reason for dismissal and new EU rules on cookies. More


Class of 2011 Celebrates Graduation

05.07.2011 | Students

Members of Dayton Law's Class of 2011 celebrated the culmination of their legal education with a commencement ceremony. The class comprises 181 students, including 170 who received a J.D., and 11 who received a Master of Laws, or LL.M. More


Graduates Reflect on Law School

05.06.2011 | Students, Law

Three members of the Class of 2011 reflect on their experiences at the School of Law, the lessons they learned as students and how their time here helped prepared them for the future. More


Public Interest Award Renamed in Honor of Outgoing Dean Lisa Kloppenberg

05.03.2011 | Law, Faculty

The School of Law has named its Public Interest Award, which supports students involved in pro bono work, in honor of Dean Lisa Kloppenberg, who after 10 years is stepping as dean at the end of June. More


Moot Court Team Earns Spot in International Competition

05.02.2011 | Students

Students Jonathan Hall and DJ Swearingen will compete in the international finals of the International Air and Space Law Association"s Moot Court Competition in The Netherlands. More


May 2011 Alumni News

05.01.2011 | Law

Roundup of news from alumni from around the country. More


May 2011 Faculty News

05.01.2011 | Faculty, Law

Roundup of publications, media appearances and presentations. More


Kente Ceremony Serves as Right of Passage

04.08.2011 | Law, Students

The Black Law Student Association launched a new tradition this spring with its first Donning of the Kente Ceremony, designed to be a rite-of-passage for African American law students. More


New Competition Team Takes on Challenge of Mediation

04.04.2011 | Law

Dayton Law launched a new competitive team this school year to go along with its Moot Court and Mock Trial teams. The new Mediation Competition team participated in the regional rounds of the ABA Representation in Mediation Competition at the University of Tennessee in March. More