Dayton Law News


Building a Pipeline

10.29.2009 | Law, Faculty

Law professor Dennis Greene is working to encourage minority students to consider law as a profession. He received a 2009 NCCJ of Greater Dayton Humanitarian Award for serving as a role model for youth. More


A Celebration of Success

10.21.2009 | Law

When the School of Law holds its 35th anniversary gala Nov. 7, it will be able to celebrate a year of successes that include record job placement numbers, successful bar passage results and national acclaim. More


What's Next for Intellectual Property?

09.02.2009 | Law

Intellectual Property has gone from the margins of law school curricula to an active debate about how IP interacts with business law and entrepreneurship. More


Summer Law Institute for Teens

07.23.2009 | Law

Six Ohio law schools, including the University of Dayton School of Law, are hosting a program for minorities entering high school in the hopes it will start a pipeline toward the legal profession. More


Pushing the Envelope on Intellectual Property Reform

07.07.2009 | Law

Representatives from Fortune 500 companies, lawyers and federal judges will discuss best practices in dealing with intellectual property law and reforming those laws. More


Who Has Best Custody Claim for Michael Jackson's Kids?

07.01.2009 | Culture and Society, Law

Family law expert says nanny would have a good shot, if she hadn't been a paid caregiver. Pamela Laufer-Ukeles contends that paid childcare providers should not automatically be disqualified from obtaining custodial rights in certain cases. More


'Modern Day James Bond'

05.27.2009 | Law

A computer security expert whom CNN dubbed the "modern day James Bond" will let lawyers, businesses and IT professionals know how they can stop the spies, terrorists, hackers and criminals you don't even know you encounter every day at a law school seminar June 12. More


Take That, Job Market

04.03.2009 | Law

The School of Law's 2008 graduates helped the school achieve its highest employment rate in years - 94 percent. More


Former SEC Chair to Explain Bailout

03.09.2009 | Law

Harvey Pitt, SEC chairman from 2001 to 2003, will offer his 'top 10' practical tips for coping with the downward-spiraling markets March 20 during a University of Dayton law symposium on the bailout. More


Law Students Serve

02.12.2009 | Students, Law

On break from their studies, UD law students served their home communities across the nation. More