University of Dayton School of Law

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  • 1920-1930 Essay

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    1920-1930 The 1920’s are also known as the "Roaring 20’s". It was the first modern decade experienced by this country, as America flourished after WW I. The average number of hours worked per week dropped from 60 hours to 48 hours (Rayburn). For the first time, people felt that it was just as important to play as it was to work; family outings and weekend trips had become things that workers expected (Rayburn). Women became more open by appearing in public smoking and drinking. Trojan condoms

  • Jonathan Dayton's Constitution

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    Jonathan Dayton- Signer of The Constitution Jonathan dayton was born october 16th 1760. He was born in Elizabethtown New Jersey. His father was Elias Dayton, Elias was an scorekeeper. He was also active in his local state politics. I could not find any information on his mother. Jonathan attended the college of New Jersey (Princeton University) he joined the continental army where he fought in the Revolutionary War. At the age of 19 he achieved the rank of captain, serving under his father. When

  • Martin A. Foos's Case

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    As a partner in the law firm of Gottschlich & Portune, LLP, in Dayton, Ohio, Martin A. Foos devotes most of his practice to cases involving complex commercial litigation. Typical cases involve securities litigation, intellectual property law or defense against class action suits. Mr. Foos serves clients in Indiana as well as Ohio, bringing more than 20 years of trial experience and knowledge gained while clerking for two different U. S. District Court judges. After graduating with high honors

  • The Main Figures Of William Jennings Bryan And John Scopes

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    Bryan was a Presbyterian, he was born in Illinois and later became a Nebraska congressman in 1890. John Scopes was arrested for teaching the evolution in school. The Scopes Trial had a major impact on America in 1925, making it illegal to teach about the evolution of life in school. Before William Bryan became a congressman, he practiced law in Jacksonville in 1883-1887 before moving to Lincoln, Nebraska, where he was elected to the U.S. Congress in 1890. Bryan was a presidential candidate three

  • Essay on Science V. Religion: The Scopes Monkey Trial

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    took their battle to the law books, and they were challenged by pro-evolution modernists in the Scopes "Monkey Trial" of 1925. The theory of Evolution was developed by

  • Monkey Trial Research Paper

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    about teaching Darwin’s Evolution Theory in public schools (ushistory.org). On March 13, 1925, the Tennessee state passed the Butler Law, which banned the teaching of evolution in any public school. Any teacher who committed to deny divine creation of man would be considered unlawful, and a fine from one hundred to five hundred will be charged. John Thomas Scopes was a high school science and football teacher in Dayton. George Rappelyea, a Dayton businessman’ conviction, realized the town could

  • 1930-1940 Essay

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    1930-1940 The 1930s brought a very turbulent time to the United States. As a result of the Stock Market Crash of 1929, the nation was experiencing a severe depression. There were hard class divisions dividing the nation. People were either extremely rich or extremely poor. The middle class simply did not exist (Bondi 97). On March 4, 1933 Franklin Delano Roosevelt took office with the promise of hope and relief for struggling Americans. Roosevelt followed up his promise for help with the New Deal

  • Religion At The University Of Dayton

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    As a private, religious institution, the University of Dayton requires students to obtain an education that includes religion courses. This can be seen as advantageous in the eyes of society, further preparing young adults for the future. The academic study of religion at the University of Dayton is beneficial to American society because it educates, enlightens, emphasizes the university’s mission, and aids students in their future endeavors. Because of the diversity amongst the university’s student

  • An Interview With An Aspiring Lawyer

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    & Dobyns. This particular lawyer happens to be life long friends with my uncle so setting up the interview was rather easy. I also set up a ride-along with the West side of Dayton 's police force but I would not be able to write the paper in time. However, I will be able to compare and contrast the different sides of the law and will enjoy the opportunity to be able to see what I am getting into in the future. After making it to Rose & Dobyns, I told the receptionist that I was there to see Blaise

  • Creationism vs. Evolution Essay

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    willing to defend any person willing to face trial for teaching the subject in schools in order to contest the law and bring its nature into the national limelight. The town leaders of Dayton obliged, being glad for the opportunity of some publicity. William Jennings Bryan represented the State of Tennessee and staked his claim saying that the State of Tennessee “has already held that this act is constitutional, it being the law of the land, there is but one issue before this court and jury, and that

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