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Law March 30, 2021
University of Dayton School of Law Now Tied As The Fastest Rising Law School In America
UDSL tied for the largest jump among law schools in the 2022 U.S. News & World Report rankings.
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Law January 26, 2021
Two Dayton Law Students Compete in Diversity Case Competition

The two 1Ls got a chance to put into practice what they’ve learned so far in law school.

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Human Rights January 12, 2021
Take Action Against the Surge in Federal Executions
The reinstatement of the federal death penalty by the Trump Administration violates fundamental human rights and contradicts Catholic teachings. Find out here how you can raise your voice in opposition to executions taking place this week.
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Human Rights January 07, 2021
US Capitol Assault Demands Recommitment to Human Rights, Rule of Law and Democracy
In our statement on the events at US Capitol on January 6th, 2021, we reflect on our foundational commitment to human rights as part of a Catholic, Marianist institution in the great state of Ohio, US.
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Law December 11, 2020
Law School In Memoriam 2020
Remembering the University of Dayton School of Law alumni who passed away in 2020.
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Law December 01, 2020
Two Dayton Law Students Take Home Honors In Ohio Attorney General’s Mock Trial Competition

3L Zion Savory won Best Attorney, while 3L Khandice Lofton was awarded Best Witness.

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Law November 23, 2020
Dayton Law Adjunct Professor Sworn-In as Federal District Court Judge

Judge Michael Newman teaches classes and mentors students at the School of Law.

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Human Rights November 02, 2020
Five Lessons Learned from the 2020 Election Speaker Series

HRC intern, Kyle Brun, outlines some key takeaways from the Human Rights Center’s virtual Election Series organized with the School of Law. The series consisted of eight sessions that covered a range of challenges to U.S. democracy including voter suppression, campaign finance, technology, race and gender, and redistricting or gerrymandering.

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Humanities and Social Sciences November 02, 2020
University of Dayton launches five-year bachelor’s and law degree program for philosophy majors in Core program

University of Dayton students in the Core program who major in philosophy can now complete an undergraduate and law degree in five years through a new partnership with the University’s School of Law.

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Human Rights October 16, 2020
What’s new in Anti-Trafficking? Takeways from the 17th Annual Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference

The 17th annual Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference hosted by the University of Toledo presented ample opportunity to explore rising trends inanti-trafficking. HRC team members share three takeaways from the conference.

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