Dayton Law News


An Active Campus

09.06.2007 | Culture and Society, Campus and Community, Health, Law

Upcoming events focus on race, politics, Hurricane Katrina, Iraq, law, and violence and health awareness. More


Second Chances With Second Life

07.03.2007 | Students, Law

UD law students have worn Daisy Duke shorts, clown feet, a mullet and a fox costume to some classes where they are practicing dispute resolution skills in Second Life, the 3-D virtual world. More


Campus Report July 3, 2007

07.03.2007 | Faculty, Students, Campus and Community, Law

University of Dayton law professor Andrea Seielstad's students are mediation, arbitration and negotiation in 'Second Life,' a 3-D virtual world. More


Can We Have Some Privacy?

05.11.2007 | Culture and Society, Law, Campus and Community

People unwittingly give up information about themselves that may track their every move, end up on the Internet and create a mountain of legal challenges. National legal experts will offer tips to help lawyers and their clients avoid curve balls when dealing with new technologies. More


Law Grads Give 4,000 Pro-bono Hours

05.09.2007 | Service and Giving, Law, Students

Thirty-five graduates will receive the School of Law's Pro Bono Commitment to Community Award for donating at least 50 hours of service. Torchio Feaster stands out among them for the way he puts others before himself. Editor's Note: The School of Law will graduate 187 aspiring lawyers at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 12, at the University of Dayton Arena. More


Freedom Talks

04.05.2007 | Law, Campus and Community, Culture and Society

The subject of a Supreme Court case on free speech in schools will speak April 19 at the School of Law. More


Patent-ly Reaching New Heights

03.22.2007 | Law

The Ohio Board of Regents today approved two programs for the School of Law that will place UD among a few nationwide that offer advanced law degrees in intellectual property More


Law School Basics... In High School

03.12.2007 | Students, Law

Dayton Early College Academy students Tayana Hargrave and Ronnie Bush are getting a jump start on possible legal careers in high school. They are participating in a Street Law class started by UD law professor Dennis Greene. More


Spring Breakers Are on Right Side of Law

03.06.2007 | Students, Law

About 30 law students will spend their spring breaks performing fact finding, data entry, research, and interviewing duties in a variety of legal areas as part of Hurricane Student Network. More


What Laws Help or Hurt Homeless People?

02.23.2007 | Students, Culture and Society, Law

Some law students are taking a mid-semester break to examine how laws affect homeless people like Vicky Keeney. Keeney described herself as a normal, suburban, American wife and mom who ran a skydiving school before she became homeless. More