Wednesday December 31, 2014

Spotlight on Faculty: Dec. 2014

Roundup of publications, presentations andmedia appearances by Dayton Law faculty.

Jeanette Cox, disability and employment discrimination expert, quoted in this Lifescript story, "Manage Menopausal Symptoms at Work."

Dennis Turner is now a contributing writer for the Dayton Daily News with his column on rowing and river recreation. His current articles include "Rowing on the Great Miami River a humbling experience" and "Great Miami River offers magical sights, sounds."

Media Appearances

Cybercrimes expert Susan Brenner was a guest on WHIO (Dayton) Reports to discuss data breaches and identity theft.

Dennis Greene, a former movie studio executive, discusses Sony leaks with NewsOne.com. 

Tom Hagel, criminal law expert, weighs in on interview tactics used concerning a police-involved shooting at a Beavercreek (Ohio) Walmart.

Congratulations to Tracy Reilly, announced as new Director of Program in Law and Technology. Reilly's appointment was featured by WHIO TV-Dayton.

Lori Shaw, criminal law professor, was a guest of WHIO (Dayton) Reports on Jan. 4, 2015, to discuss Ohio's use of the death penalty.

 


For more information, contact Denise Baker, assistant director of communications at the University of Dayton School of Law, at 937-229-3342 or dbaker3@udayton.edu.

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