Wednesday September 7, 2016

Spotlight on Law Faculty

Roundup of news, publications, presentations and media appearances by Dayton Law faculty.

John Terzano was named as an Honorary Trustee in the Development of Vietnam Endeavors (D.O.V.E.) Fund for his service in the U.S. Navy and his efforts in founding the International Campaign to Ban Landmines. The D.O.V.E. Fund provides humanitarian and development assistance to areas in Vietnam as well as communication, education and cultural exchanges which results in an environment brightened by hope and sustained by peace.

Jeanette Cox

Jeanette Cox was quoted in the article, "The Bill of Rights: Speech and Guns in the Private Workplace" on TriplePundit.com. She also presented on the Disability Rights Law Dilemmas in the U.S. and Canada panel at the Law and Society annual meeting in New Orleans. 

Susan Elliott Susan Elliott was part of a televised interview by Emiko Moore on The City Show on community television Channel 6 in Lebanon, Ohio. The interview was about the children's alternative dispute resolution book, Haki Finds Common Ground, which has been adopted for use in Lebanon City Schools.
Pamela Laufer-Ukeles Pamela Laufer-Ukeles’ article, “Family Formation and the Law,” will be published in the forthcoming Kentucky Law Journal. The article was co-authored with Shelly Kreiczer-Levy from the College of Law and Business in Ramat Gan, Israel.
Sheila Miller Sheila Miller presented, "Incorporating Bar Exam Skills into a First Year Research and Writing Course," at the National Legal Writing Institute Conference in Portland, Ore.
Tracy Reilly Tracy Reilly was selected by Dean Andrew Strauss and the University of Dayton's Office of the Provost to attend the Aspen Institute Wye Faculty Seminar in Baltimore. The week-long seminar welcomes nationwide faculty from all disciplines to come together to be part of a powerful learning community focused on Citizenship in the American and Global Polity.  
Dean Andrew Strauss Dean Andrew Strauss' article, "New tool for Dayton law students: The ‘tech credential’" was featured on the American Bar Association Law Student Division's blog, Before the Bar. 


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