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Law September 11, 2023
Sabra Tomb Starts New Role At Dayton Law To Develop Workforce Training Programs
Tomb ’19 wants to build on UDSL’s successes in improving the skills of workers in the contracting field and other areas. 
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Law August 17, 2023
Steeling Time

One Dayton Law graduate’s memories of growing up in the heart of steel country led him to write a novel set during a time many have forgotten.

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Law July 18, 2023
A World of Possibilities

Pablo Iannello, the new director of the University of Dayton School of Law's Program In Law and Technology, wants to continue to expand the program’s international reach.

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Law July 05, 2023
Students Write The Book On How To Navigate Online Law Courses

Jessica Carmichael, Bethany Carr and Sarah Covington are using their experiences in the School of Law’s Online Hybrid J.D. program to help future online law students.

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Law May 15, 2023
Creating a Rite of Passage
The University of Dayton School of Law’s bar passage team prepares for another summer of helping graduates navigate the bar exam.
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Law May 08, 2023
Law Commencement Address: Choosing Personal Growth in Response to the AI Revolution in Legal Services
School of Law Dean Andrew Strauss addressed graduates about what the AI revolution will mean for their legal careers.
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Law May 02, 2023
Dayton Law Top 25% Nationally In Job Numbers
The University of Dayton School of Law saw another increase in the number of its graduates getting hired, which placed it among the top quarter of all law schools in job numbers for another year.
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Law March 28, 2023
Lawmaking And Class Taking
See how Michele Reynolds is able to balance law classes with her role as a legislator.
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Law March 15, 2023
Leading With Your Best
See why Simeon Lyons ’19 decided to use his law degree to serve in the U.S. Army JAG Corps.
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Law February 21, 2023
Remembering Law Professor Allen Sultan

Allen Sultan, who died at the age of 92, left a lasting legacy with the students he taught.

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