Wednesday, April 2, 2014
The 2013 CALI Awards were handed out April 2. The CALI Awards, which honor the outstanding academic achievements of UDSL students by acknowledging the student with the top grade in each School of Law course for the 2013-14 academic year, were presented by professor Thaddeus Hoffmesiter and Dean Paul McGreal.
Congratulations to all of our winners.
Columbus Alumni-Student Networking Social
Thursday, April 3, 2014
The Student Bar Association hosted a networking event in Columbus on April 3 for students and area law alumni. Attendees included the mayor of Columbus, Michael Coleman '80. Coleman challenged law students to "think about how they intend to use their law degree," recalling a similar conversation following his graduation from law school that he had with Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.
Coleman is in his fourth term as mayor. He has overseen dramatic growth and economic progress in the state's capital. Coleman is the city's longest-serving mayor and our nation's longest serving black mayor. 3L Miles Yetter was instrumental in coordinating Mayor Coleman's attendance.
The Student Bar Association is planning more events that include opportunities to meet with alumni outside of the Dayton area.
Roundup of news from alumni from around the country.
Updates from Erik Blaine '06, Kate Bowling '08, Will Harrelson '11, Andrew C. Eggers '13, Tom Ferguson '97, Mike Sandner '94 and April E. Ward '10.
Roundup of publications, media appearances and presentations by School of Law faculty.
Susan Brenner chaired an American Bar Association team that conducted a routine accreditation inspection of a California law school in early March. Brenner also spoke at the Harvard International Law Journal's 2014 symposium on the topic "Beyond State Boundaries: Sovereignty and Cyberspace."
Tom Hagel spoke to the Dayton Daily News on why child rape prosecutions have tripled in Montgomery County (Ohio) (must have a subscription to view article).
Routledge published the new book Cyberthreats and the Decline of the Nation-state by Susan Brenner. The book addresses how our use of cyberspace erodes the sovereignty of nation-states, with particular emphasis on how it undermines the efficacy of the systems states have used to control threats, i.e., the efficacy of law enforcement and the military.
Please join us for these events.
25th Anniversary Celebration of the Legal Profession Program and portrait unveiling of Hon. Walter H. Rice - Wednesday, April 16, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Keller Hall Atrium.
OSBA Reception - Join the University of Dayton School of Law at the OSBA Reception on Thursday, May 1, from 6–7 p.m. The reception is held in conjunction with the Ohio State Bar Association meeting.
Graduation for the School of Law's Class of 2014 - Saturday, May 3 at the University of Dayton Arena. Retired U.S. Supreme Court clerk Gen. William Suter will deliver the commencement address.
PILT 24th Annual Seminar - Please join the Program in Law and Technology for its 24th annual seminar on Friday, June 6. This year's theme will be "Significan
Alumni Weekend - Join your Dayton Law friends and classmates at alumni weekend June 6-7. Reconnect at the all-class reception, alumni dinner, CLE program, a special community service project and several other activities, too.
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