Capital University Law School
  • Professor Jeff Ferriell joined the Faculty at Capital in 1987 after teaching for eight years at other law schools in Ohio and elsewhere. He is an author of two law school hornbooks: “Understanding Contracts” (3d ed., 2014) and “Understanding Bankruptcy” (3d ed., 2013, with co-author Edward J. Janger). He serves as one of Ohio’s representatives to the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. An amateur radio buff (K8ZDA) and avid cyclist, he has participated in the annual Tour of the Scioto River Valley for over 25 years and has gone on numerous cycling vacations in England, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Austria, and New Zealand.

    Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Jeff Ferriell
  • Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Scott Anderson recently authored the article, “Anticipating the Judicial Response to Ohio’s Proposed Statewide Sentencing Database,” which was published in the April 2021 issue of Federal Sentencing Reporter.

    Associate Anderson Discusses Barriers to Implementing Judicial Database
  • Professor Halle Hara has significant experience teaching law students, having served previously as the full-time Professor and Director of Academic Success at Capital, a Visiting Professor of Legal Research and Writing at Capital, and an Adjunct Skills Professor at the University of Dayton School of Law.

    Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Halle Hara
  • Earning his law degree at Capital University Law School changed the trajectory of David Tannenbaum’s career. And, now, David and his wife Mary Tannenbaum have decided to return the favor.

    Tannenbaums’ Gift Honors ‘Life Changing’ Role of Capital University Law School
  • Not wanting to let the COVID-19 pandemic interfere with the flow of information from upper-level law students to incoming students, Capital University Law School peer advisors found a way to take the information right to their laptops or mobile phones.

    Peer Advisor Podcasts Find Success Amid Pandemic
  • Against the backdrop of America’s growing racial divide following the death of George Floyd and the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Carson Tucker, L ’21, wanted to make sure Capital University Law School students had opportunities to make their voices heard. At the same time, Professor Jessica Branner Hittle was looking for resources to create a more inclusive environment in her legal research and writing courses.

    Diversity & Inclusion Discussions: Empowering Students to Be the Change

Life at Capital

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