Dayton Law News


Professor's new entertainment law curriculum reflects his experience

02.20.2013 | Faculty, Law

Professor Dennis Greene knows a little something about entertainment law. More


Pay It Forward

02.19.2013 | Catholic, Students, Service and Giving, Campus and Community, Culture and Society

Our campus is known for its friendly and welcoming spirit. Show your love with a random act of kindness during I Love UD month. More


Professor, student both published in law and technology journal

02.11.2013 | Faculty, Students, Law

Professor Susan Brenner and student Christina Gervasi have a lot in common. Both share a passion for cyberspace law - a field they say is growing exponentially with the advent of technology - and a desire to make a difference by improving current cyber laws. More


A Lenten Challenge

02.07.2013 | Catholic, Campus and Community

University of Dayton campus ministry is taking to Twitter, Facebook and a blog to challenge people to grow deeper in their faith during Lent. More


Exploring the Intersection of Cybercrime and the Law

02.05.2013 | Faculty, Law

Professor Susan Brenner's latest book explores how the law applies, and in some cases does not apply, to cybercrime and cyberwarfare. More


The New Jim Crow

02.05.2013 | Hot Topics, Culture and Society, Campus and Community

Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness, will offer a free talk Feb. 12 during Black History Month. More


UDSL to Host Talks on Chinese Innovation and Surveillance

01.31.2013 | Law

The University of Dayton School of Law will present programs on Chinese innovation and surveillance of online and mobile communications this semester. More


Winter 2013 Faculty News

01.31.2013 | Faculty, Law

Roundup of recent publications, media appearances and presentations by University of Dayton School of Law faculty. More


Winter 2013 Alumni News

01.30.2013 | Law

Roundup of news from alumni from around the country. More


Brotherly Love

01.07.2013 | Faculty, Hot Topics, Law

Law professor Tom Hagel says brother, Chuck, has the right stuff to be the next U.S. Secretary of Defense. More