Capital University Law School
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  • Doug Althauser, L’08, has come back to Capital University Law School to serve as executive director of the Family and Youth Law Center (“FYLaw”). Althauser brings extensive experience as both a counselor and an attorney to his new role.

    Althauser Takes the Helm at FYLaw
  • A law student whose mother, father, sibling, or grandparent is an attorney has a ready source of guidance, advice, and connections. But for many Capital University Law School students, finding such assistance requires looking outside the family.

    For First Generation Law Students, a Community Is Born

Life at Capital

Capital University Law School recently hosted its Third Annual Diversity Week, which is sponsored b ...
JD concentrations have become an increasingly an important aspect of legal education and Capital Un ...
Capital Law School students had the unique opportunity to hear about bankruptcy related pro bono op ...
Every day, Ohio juvenile court judges make difficult decisions in cases involving child abuse, negl ...
As Texans were dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma was bearing down o ...
First-year students often feel a mix of excitement, ambition, and anxiety in the early weeks of the ...

Future Students

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