Frank Geraci Jr. '77 Joins Federal Court in New York
Judge Frank Geraci Jr., a double University of Dayton graduate, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate for a seat on a federal court in New York. Read More »
Susan Brenner's Latest Book Explores Intersection of Cybercrime and LawProfessor Susan Brenner's latest book explores how the law applies, and in some cases does not apply, to cybercrime and cyberwarfare. Read More »
Law professor Tom Hagel says brother, Chuck, has the right stuff to be the next U.S. secretary of defense. Read More »
PILT to Present Talks on Chinese Innovation and Surveillance
The University of Dayton School of Law will host two intellectual property law programs in the coming months. Read More »
Ken Feldman '78 of Fort Lee, N.J., died in October 2012. Ken was a partner in the law firm of Krivitzky, Springer and Feldman of Jersey City, N.J., and practiced law in the area of workers compensation for more than 30 years. He was honored by the Hudson County Bar Association for his service to the Workers Compensation Bar in 2007.
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 »
Roundup of publications, media appearances and presentations by School of Law faculty.
Recent news from professors Susan Brenner, Lori Shaw, Tom Hagel, Andrea Seielstad, Jeffrey Morris, Thaddeus Hoffmeister, Blake Watson, Ken Germain and Susan Wawrose, and Kelly Henrici, executive director of the Program in Law and Technology. Read More »
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