School of Law congratulates those admitted to the Ohio Bar
Nov. 4, 2013
Congratulations to those sworn in at the Supreme Court of Ohio Admissions Ceremony. Students were joined by family, friends and distinguished guests.
Externship Lunch-n-Learn Event
Nov. 20, 2013
Alumni, and honored guests, returned to campus to share valuable experiences and networking tips to upper level students on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at a lunch-n-learn externship event. David Brannon '05, Tom Angelo '83, Ellen Weprin '89, Michelle Bach, Prof. Dennis Greene and Chip Herrin '11 joined in engaging conversation with a capacity crowd of students. Thank you to all that participated.
Celebrating 25 Years of the Legal Profession Program
The University of Dayton School of Law's Legal Profession Program, which has garnered a national reputation for excellence, is celebrating its silver anniversary.
Roundup of news from alumni from around the country.
Updates from Chuck Baldwin '83.
Roundup of publications, media appearances and presentations by School of Law faculty.
Susan Brenner chaired a panel on the Fourth Amendment and Big Data at the American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section's Sixth Annual Fall Institute, in Washington, D.C. The panelists were Spike Bowman, former Senior Counsel at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Deputy Director of the Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive; Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law at the George Washington University School of Law; Laura Donohue, Professor of Law and Director of the Center on Law and National Security at the Georgetown University School of Law; and Adam Gershowitz, Professor of Law at the William and Mary School of Law. Brenner also authored "Bits, Bytes, and Bicycles: Theft and 'Cyber Theft'" which is the lead article for the Thirteen Ways to Steal a Bicycle symposium in the most recent issue of the New England Law Review (2013) and is on display in the faculty scholarship area of the Zimmerman Library.
Brenner also spoke at the 2013 Cyber Crime Symposium sponsored by Sage Data Security, which is a national strategic security partner for financial institutions, healthcare providers, government agencies and businesses. The Cyber Crime Symposium is an annual event that attracts notable speakers. In addition to Brenner, this year's speakers included Brian Krebs, author of the blog Krebsonsecurity.com and nationally noted cybersecurity expert, Douglas Johnson, Senior Advisor on Risk Management Policy for the American Bankers Association and Michael Kaiser, Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance. Brenner spoke on "Cybercrime and the Law: Challenges and Solutions."
Tom Hagel spoke to Katie Ussin of WDTN 2 News Dayton on the Ohio law that protects good samaritans.
Thaddeus Hoffmeister spoke to C-SPAN about his upcoming book titled Social Media in the Courtroom: A New Era for Criminal Justice.
Denise Platfoot Lacey presented a CLE program in Toledo for the Toledo Women's Bar Association called "Social Media, Ethics & Professionalism." Platfoot Lacey also attended the third session of this year's Ohio Women's Bar Foundation Leadership Institute on Public Speaking. Platfoot Lacey introduced Ohio State Supreme Court Justice Judith Lanzinger as well as moderated two panels during the course of the day.
Please join us for these events.
Alumni Basketball Game & Reception - Watch the UD Flyers take on the Massachusetts Minutemen when the Alumni Association hosts its annual Flyers basketball game and reception on Saturday, March 1, 2014. Tip-off is 11 a.m. The reception will take place immediately after the game in the Boesch Lounge in UD Arena.
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