Dayton Law News


How to Navigate the Chinese Intellectual Property Puzzle

03.18.2008 | Campus and Community, Culture and Society, Law, International

Some say rapid economic development can take place despite limited intellectual property protection. Others say intellectual property protection should come first. China has presented a puzzle to those who study this link. More


The Great Debate

02.04.2008 | Culture and Society, International, Law

National scholars and experts in immigration, employment, public benefits law and other areas will visit the School of Law for two events Feb. 27-28. More


High Praise

01.25.2008 | Law, Business, Engineering, Students, Campus and Community

In recommending accreditation for the University of Dayton for another decade, reviewers commended educational excellence and a "commitment to community" that springs from UD's Catholic, Marianist mission. More


An Early Finish

12.20.2007 | Students, Law

The first graduates of the School of Law's new Lawyer as Problem Solver accelerated curriculum not only graduated sooner, they also learned a new way of looking at the legal profession. More


Forget the Lawyer Jokes

10.31.2007 | Law

The New York Times features an effort by the University of Dayton, Harvard University, Stanford University and other law schools to modify the curriculum to better train lawyers. More


Passing the Bar

10.30.2007 | Law, Students

School of Law graduates rank third in the state for the percentage of students passing the Ohio bar exam. More


Getting Noticed on a National Level

10.16.2007 | Law

Top education foundation picks School of Law to serve on panel examining legal education. More


An Active Campus

09.06.2007 | Culture and Society, Campus and Community, Health, Law

Upcoming events focus on race, politics, Hurricane Katrina, Iraq, law, and violence and health awareness. More


Second Chances With Second Life

07.03.2007 | Students, Law

UD law students have worn Daisy Duke shorts, clown feet, a mullet and a fox costume to some classes where they are practicing dispute resolution skills in Second Life, the 3-D virtual world. More


Campus Report July 3, 2007

07.03.2007 | Faculty, Students, Campus and Community, Law

University of Dayton law professor Andrea Seielstad's students are mediation, arbitration and negotiation in 'Second Life,' a 3-D virtual world. More