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  • The Family and Youth Law Center at Capital University Law School, in collaboration with the Capital University Law School Law Review, will present the 2017 Wells Lecture on February 8, 2017 featuring Joshua B. Kay, J.D., Ph.D. and Adam Helbling. The topic, “The Americans with Disabilities Act: legal and practical applications in child protection proceedings.”

    Wells Lecture on Adoption Law
  • Apply to be a part of the CapLaw community! Now accepting New JD and Transfer Applications.

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  • Capital University has announced the appointment of Rachel Janutis as dean of Capital University Law School.

    Capital University Names Rachel Janutis Dean of Law School
  • Capital University Law School prides itself not only on being a part of the community, but standing out in the city which it calls its home. Zachary O’Driscoll, L ’17, furthered this effort by becoming the latest recipient of the Excellence Core Value Showcase Award from the 3rd Annual Learning Showcase at Franklin University.

    Zach O’Driscoll Wins Award for Poster
  • Marie Ragias, L’ 17, is the latest winner of the 2002-2003 Law Review Board Scholarship.

    Marie Ragias Wins Law Review Scholarship
  • Capital University Law School’s story has always been about providing greater access to legal education and to the legal profession. To further enhance our efforts to make a legal career a reality for graduates, the Law School has established The CapLaw Graduate Success Fund aimed at promoting success on the bar exam.

    Capital Announces CapLaw Graduate Success Fund
  • On November 15, 2016, Professor William P. Marshall, the William Rand Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina School of Law, delivered the 2016 Sullivan Lecture entitled, “The School Prayer Decisions or Why Engel v. Vitale May Have Had It Right All Along.”

    2016 John E. Sullivan Lecture by Professor William Marshall a Resounding Success

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