Dayton Law News


Sea to shining sea ... and beyond

10.10.2012 | Research, Education, Faculty, Business, Students, Culture and Society, Catholic, Law, Energy and Environment, Hot Topics, Engineering, Science, Campus and Community, International

That's where media have told our story about our distinctive curricula, academic excellence, advances in research and Catholic, Marianist identity. More


October 2011 Alumni News

10.01.2012 | Law

Roundup of news from alumni from around the country. More


My Summer in Civil Rights

09.12.2012 | Law, Students

Law student Chip Neilson describes how he was rewarded by gaining practical skills as a volunteer with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission this summer. More


Dream Team

08.31.2012 | Hot Topics, Education, Students, Campus and Community, Culture and Society

Eboo Patel, Nicholas Kristof and Isabel Wilkerson headline the 2012-2013 University of Dayton Speaker Series. More


Invaluable Hands-On Experience

08.31.2012 | Students, Law

3L Laura Peters shares the hands-on experience she received doing pro bono work with the Battered Women's Legal Advocacy Project in Minneapolis. More


Start-ups Invited

08.30.2012 | Business, Campus and Community

The 2012-13 Business Plan Competition launches Sept. 7 with an information session. More


Learning to Redefine Winning

08.30.2012 | Students, Law

Law student Catherine Tatum writes about an important lesson she learned during her internship at the Public Defender's Office in Petersburg, Va., this summer. More


September 2012 Alumni News

08.28.2012 | Law

Roundup of news from alumni from around the country. More


Prof. James Durham Publishes Article on Foreclosure Litigation

08.27.2012 | Law, Faculty

Professor James Durham's latest article, which provides advice for lawyers working on foreclosure litigation, has been published by Northern Illinois University Law Review. More


Prof. Eric Chaffee Publishes Article on Regulating Online Lending

08.24.2012 | Faculty, Law

Professor Eric Chaffee's latest article, "Regulating Online Peer-to-Peer Lending in the Aftermath of Dodd-Frank: In Search of an Evolving Regulatory Regime for an Evolving Industry," has been published in the Washington and Lee Law Review. More