Dayton Law News


Take That, Job Market

04.03.2009 | Law

The School of Law's 2008 graduates helped the school achieve its highest employment rate in years - 94 percent. More


Former SEC Chair to Explain Bailout

03.09.2009 | Law

Harvey Pitt, SEC chairman from 2001 to 2003, will offer his 'top 10' practical tips for coping with the downward-spiraling markets March 20 during a University of Dayton law symposium on the bailout. More


Law Students Serve

02.12.2009 | Students, Law

On break from their studies, UD law students served their home communities across the nation. More


Law School Applications Down Nationally, Up at UD

01.14.2009 | Students, Law

The UD School of Law has bucked the downward national trend in four of the past five years. More


Written Legacy

12.16.2008 | Law, Students

When Mary Brennan Payne died at the age of 101, the University of Dayton lost one of its oldest graduates and one of the first three women to earn a law degree. She leaves behind a priceless written legacy. More


School of Law Bar Passage Rate Tied for Best in Ohio

10.31.2008 | Students, Law

The School of Law's results set highs for the decade, eclipsing best set last year. More


Among the Top

10.06.2008 | Business, Law

The School of Business Administration's MBA program and the School of Law receive top marks from students in the 2009 editions of The Princeton Review's listings of best schools. More


Law School Listed Among Most Friendly for Mormons

08.05.2008 | Culture and Society, Law, Students

Web site for Mormon lawyers lists UD along with Harvard University, Columbia University and New York University as one of 11 law schools most friendly to Mormons. More


Scientific Formula for Law School

07.17.2008 | Culture and Society, Science, Law, Students

A steady flow of science students continues to head to law schools nationwide; it's changed the way law schools search for prospective students. More


Two's Company

06.20.2008 | Students, Law

Northwestern joins the University of Dayton School of Law in offering students an accelerated law degree. More