Capital University Law School
  • Capital University Law School student Nicole Root, L ’19, remembers very well the first day of her Professional Responsibility class, and the impact that it would soon have on her.

    Nicole Root Awarded Prestigious Writing Prize
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  • The Ohio State Bar Association’s (OSBA) Real Property Law Section Council awarded one of its annual law student scholarships to law student Michael Neiman, L’19. Mr. Neiman was presented with a $2,500 academic scholarship at the Real Property Law Section meeting that took place at the OSBA Annual Convention on Thursday, August 23.

    Michael Neiman, L'19, Awarded OSBA Scholarship
  • Professor Susan Looper-Friedman brings an international perspective to her work, having studied in both England and France before joining the Capital Law Faculty in 1985. A long-time champion of civil liberties she received the Flame of Liberty award from the Ohio Chapter of the ACLU in 2012 in recognition of nearly 30 years of leadership roles in that organization.

    Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Susan Looper-Friedman
  • Judge Michael Watson, L’87, H’05, is a United States District Judge for the Southern District of Ohio, in Columbus. He was appointed by President George W. Bush and sworn in on October 1, 2004.

    CapLaw Represents: Judge Michael Watson on the Federal Bench
  • Elinor Reynolds Alger, L ’79, spent a lifetime advocating for human rights. After she passed away in 2012, her son, Mark Alger, knew the best way to honor his mother’s memory would be to assist a Capital University Law School student with a like-minded passion.

    Alger Scholarship Supports Civil Rights Advocates

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