News Archive

News releases older than 2015 can be found at the University's eCommons site.

Sustainability March 08, 2016
Fracking Fault Lines

State courts and legislators should declare hydraulic fracturing and the underground injection of fracking wastewater to be "abnormally dangerous" activities in order to hold companies strictly liable for damages caused by induced earthquakes, University of Dayton environmental law professor Blake Watson contends in a article he wrote for 'Texas Journal of Oil, Gas, and Energy Law.'

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Law March 11, 2015
A Global View

The University of Dayton has named Andrew Strauss, a highly regarded international law expert, as the next dean of the School of Law.

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Law July 15, 2014
McGreal to Step Down as Law Dean

Paul McGreal, dean of the School of Law, has decided to step down at the end of his four-year term on June 30, 2015, and return to the faculty.

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Law April 22, 2014
Positive Legal Outcome

School of Law graduates are finding jobs in their field at rates higher than state or local averages, according to American Bar Association data.

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Law February 04, 2014
Supreme Speaker

Retired U.S. Supreme Court clerk Gen. William Suter will deliver the University of Dayton School of Law's 2014 commencement address.

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International January 22, 2014
Telling the UD Story

When the world's media has big questions, they turn to the University of Dayton.

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Law September 03, 2013
A Center for Cyber Law

The School of Law will unveil a CyberLaw Center led by world-renowned cyber law expert Susan Brenner.

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Law May 01, 2013
Olympic Values

School of Law graduate and lead lawyer for the London 2012 Games Terry Miller will deliver this year's School of Law graduation address.

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Law October 23, 2012
London Olympics Lawyer to Deliver Law School Graduation Address

Terry Miller, a 1977 School of Law graduate, was the top legal counsel and responsible for all legal aspects of the London Olympics.

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Humanities and Social Sciences October 12, 2012

Sandra Schulberg meticulously restored, frame by frame, a 1948 historic film about the first Nuremberg trial. She'll introduce the powerful documentary Oct. 24.

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