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Law May 09, 2022
Law Dean Andrew Strauss Graduation Speech: Seeking the Truth as Lawyers

School of Law Dean Andrew Strauss challenged the Class of 2022 to commit to the continued pursuit of truth in their legal careers.

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Law April 27, 2022
Dayton Law Once Again Top 2 In Ohio In Job Numbers

The University of Dayton School of Law saw an increase in the number of its graduates getting hired, as it remained second among Ohio area law schools in an important jobs metric for the third straight year.

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Law April 14, 2022
International Relations Expert With High-Level State Department Experience To Speak To Law Grads

Anne-Marie Slaughter is the CEO of New America and was previously director of Policy Planning for the United States Department of State and Dean of Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs.

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Human Rights February 24, 2022
Russia's aggression on Ukraine threatens international peace and human rights
In our statement on Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, we express our concern about the threat to international peace and our solidarity with the people of Ukraine. Only the global rule of law can constrain the most powerful states and prevent a return to a world of imperialism, colonialism and conquest.
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Law February 16, 2022
Dayton Law Hybrid Student Helps Draft Organ Transplant Legislation

Sarah Covington put the skills she learned at the University of Dayton School of Law to use after finding out about an organ transplant issue that could impact her daughter.

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Human Rights February 01, 2022
Disrupting Illicit Massage Businesses and Human Trafficking in Ohio: Part 2
In this 3-part blog, members of the Abolition Ohio team share insights from the report, ‘Disrupting Illicit Massage Businesses and Human Trafficking in Ohio’ including the main trends around IMBs today, what the municipal response in the Greater Dayton area has been, and a strategy for disrupting this form of human trafficking.
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Human Rights January 28, 2022
Why The Gambia should fast-track gender quotas for women
Women have historically been poorly represented in positions of power and decision-making in The Gambia. Temporary measures such as legislative gender quotas can increase women’s access to political participation. The Human Rights Center's Director of Programs, Dr. Satang Nabaneh, reflects on issues in her home country.
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Law December 13, 2021
School of Law Starts Podcast

You can now listen to the first episode of "On The Witness Stand," a podcast hosted by School of Law Dean Andrew Strauss, which will feature in-depth interviews on the legal scholarship of UDSL faculty and others.

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Law December 07, 2021
Law School In Memoriam 2021

Remembering the University of Dayton School of Law alumni who passed away in 2021.

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Law November 23, 2021
Dayton Law Students Lead The Way At Ohio Attorney General’s Mock Trial Competition

UDSL teams won first and second place, along with taking home multiple awards for Best Attorney and Best Witness.

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