January 2011 Dayton Docket
It's not too early to make plans to get together with classmates during Alumni Weekend, slated for May 13 and 14. Alumni Weekend will include the Alumni Awards Luncheon, a CLE program, community service opportunities and the Alumni Dinner. More »
During the last month of the fall 2010 semester, Dayton Law students took time away from their studies to coordinate community service projects to help needy families around the Greater Dayton area. More »
Lawyers and judges interested in hosting a Dayton Law student for an unpaid externship are encouraged to attend the School of Law's 2011 Externship Fair on Thursday, February 3. More »
Dean Lisa Kloppenberg was honored as one of the Top Ten Women in the Miami Valley during a luncheon sponsored by the Dayton Daily News. The newspaper's Top Ten Women were honored for making a significant impact on life in the Miami Valley. More »
Updates from Judith King '77, A.J. Wagner '77, Michael Coleman '80, Timothy M. Lynch '87, Jennifer L. Maffett '02, Sarah A. Smith '06 and Jon D. Madison '06. More »
Updates from Professors Jeannette Cox, Susan Brenner, Pamela Laufer-Ukeles, Maria Crist and Blake Watson; Ken Germain, the distinguished professorial practitioner in residence; Janet Hein, assistant dean and director of admissions and financial aid; Maureen Anderson, assistant professor and public access services and reference librarian; and Chris Martin, evening circulation assistant in the Zimmerman Law Library. More »
The Gilvary Symposium Presents: An Evening with Judge Glenda Hatchett | January 20, 7:30 p.m.
Judge Glenda Hatchett will kick off the 2011 Gilvary Symposium with a talk on the essential role played by Court Appointed Special Advocates.
Gilvary Symposium on Law, Religion & Social Justice | January 21, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
This biennial symposium will explore issues pertaining to child custody from a child¿s perspective.
Unjust Imprisonment and Beethoven¿s Opera Fideli | January 23, 3 p.m.
Dayton Law will host a special panel, "Unjust Imprisonment and Beethoven's Opera Fidelio," focusing on the justice system and the opera Fidelio.
Perspectives on Gender and Business Ethics: Women in Corporate Governance | February 25, 12:45-5:45 p.m.
Pittsburgh Law Professor Douglas Branson is the featured speaker at the next symposium sponsored by the Project for Law & Business Ethics.
Flyers vs. Xavier Basketball Game and Reception for Alumni | February 27, 1 p.m.
Watch the UD Flyers take on the Xavier Musketeers when the Alumni Association hosts its annual Flyers Basketball Game and Reception.
PILT Symposium on Innovations in the Patent System | March 31, 7 p.m.
George Washington Law Professor F. Scott Kieff will examine "How Innovations in the Patent System are Harming Innovation Itself" during next Scholarly Symposia Series on Current Issues in Intellectual Property Law.