'93 grad appointed to district court

    Raymond Romero’93 was appointed in February by New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez to serve as district court judge for the state's fifth judicial district. He said he believes the skills he developed in years of trial work will serve him well on the bench. Read More »

    The University of Dayton Law Review is seeking submissions from alumni

    The University of Dayton Law Review hopes to begin publishing an annual issue filled entirely with articles authored by UDSL alumni and students. However, this issue celebrating UDSL talent can only come to life through your participation. The Law Review represents the quality of our law school to the rest of the legal community, and we're inviting all UDSL alumni to help us highlight our alma mater by submitting articles for potential publication. From Ohio legal issues to federal circuit splits to international law, submissions on all topics are welcome. The vitality of an annual alumni issue – from this very first to what we hope will be many more to come – depends entirely upon you.

    The Law Review staff is excited about the possibility of an “all UD” issue – please help us realize our goal of creating an annual Law Review issue that celebrates the wealth of knowledge, insight and skill that is UDSL.

    For more information on the articles submission process, please contact outside articles editor Ehren Lohse at by the end of August.

    23rd Annual PILT Seminar to be held June 7 at Keller Hall

    With multiple sessions on topics ranging from e-discovery to cyber security, the annual Program in Law and Technology Seminar is set to take place June 7 at Keller Hall. The topic will be "Significant developments in the intellectual property law of computers and cyberspace with a focus on licensing, patenting, policing and navigating cutting-edge technologies." Register and learn more  >>

    Don't miss the free registration contest on the PILT Facebook page!

    Alumni News

    Roundup of news from alumni from around the country.

    Updates from Carolina Lombardi '77, Terry Miller '77, Tony Muto '78, Wayne Ozzi '78, Thomas W. Anderson '79, Debbie Lieberman '86, Daniel P. Utt '86, Randi J. Silverman '87, Christopher Epley '91, James P. Cullen Jr. '93, Lara Mann '97, Robert W. Hojnoski '98, Matthew Harper '99, Daniel W. Wolff '01, Jennifer L. Brogan '02, David Whaley '03, Matthew Molloy '04, Amy Wells '04, Michael Eshleman '08, Kyle T. Geiger '09, Andrew Longbons '09, Tyler Cantrell '10 and Stephen Schilling '10. Read More »

    Faculty News

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

    Former UDSL Dean Lisa Kloppenberg was appointed as the next dean of Santa Clara University School of Law. As the first female law dean in Ohio, she helped oversee the UDSL's evolution to a higher-profile, better-endowed program with a nationally recognized two-year accelerated degree option and a focus on professional preparation. Read More »

    Former UDSL professor Eric Chaffee accepted a position as law professor at the University of Toledo School of Law. Chaffee served as director of faculty research and chair of the Project for Law & Business Ethics at UDSL.

    After ten years as Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, Dean Lori Shaw stepped down as assistant dean in order to expand her role as the University's Title IX coordinator. Dean Staci Rucker will assume the role of Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.

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