Fall 2011 Dayton Docket
A Conversation with Dean McGreal
Dean Paul E. McGreal, who joined the University of Dayton School of Law in July, talks about his plans for the school and his passion for legal education. Read More »
Meet Some of Our New Students
The University of Dayton School of Law welcomes 177 new students this academic year. The fall-start class includes a former restaurant owner; a civil engineer who designed highways in Alaska; a former assistant vice president in the banking industry; and 16 students who received their undergraduate degrees from the University of Dayton. Read More »
UDSL Student Wins Fellowship for Work with Law and Leadership InstituteRead More »
New Fund Honors Dean Conte, Promotes International StudiesRead More »
Law Student Running for Ohio House SeatRead More »
Updates from the Honorable Patrick T. Dinkelacker ’79, Michael Mezher Jr. ’10, Honorable Beth Buchanan ’97, Kathleen T. Mezher ’84 and Ronald Brown ’78; Eric D. Miller ’77, Carol Glaser-Atkins ’81, Judge Katherine B. Emery ’81, David H. Lefton ’87, Jonathan Wight ’94, Ann (DeVoe) Loreaux ’97, Mark W. Evans ’09, Clint Dunaway ’10, Kenneth Finley ’10, Jessica A. Hill ’10, Lindsey C. Swanson ’10 and Andrew Arnett ’11. Read More »
Recent news from Dean Paul E. McGreal; Kenneth B. Germain, the distinguished professorial practitioner in residence; Professors Tracy Reilly, Adam Todd, Eric Chaffee, Maria Crist, Jeannette Cox, Monique Lampke, Vernellia Randall, Charlie Hallinan, Thaddeus Hoffmeister and Tom Hagel; Susan Brenner, the NCR Distinguished Professor of Law & Technology; Jeff Morris, the Samuel A. McCray Chair in Law; Tim Swensen, assistant dean and director of the Career Services Office; Richard Perna, associate dean for academic affairs and professor of law; and Paul Venard, assistant professor and reference librarian. Read More »
The Alumni Association will host its annual free CLE for UDSL alumni on Friday, November 11.
The University of Dayton School of Law will break ground on a garden honoring the memory of the late Dean Francis J. Conte on Friday, November 11.
The School of Law will host a free luncheon and networking event for alumni and students on Friday, November 11.
This program features information on our accelerated two-year and traditional three-year J.D. programs as well as our admissions and financial aid process.