Capital University Law School
  • Five more Capital University Law School alumni are now eligible to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, following a swearing in ceremony at the Court on Monday, October 2.

    On DC Trip, Five More Alumni Join the Supreme Court Bar
  • Apply to be a part of the CapLaw community! Now accepting New JD Applications.

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  • Join us for the 39th Annual John E. Sullivan Lecture at 4:00 PM on Thursday, October 19, 2017, at the Ohio Statehouse. This is a Supreme Court of Ohio approved CLE event.

    The John E. Sullivan Lecture
  • Some people might think that going to law school at night while holding down a full time job makes excelling at both nearly impossible. Tell that to Larae Schraeder, L’18.

    Larae Schraeder: Succeeding Day and Night at Capital
  • Capital University Law School is pleased to announce that Professor Melinda S. Molina has been named Associate Dean of the Law School for Academic Affairs.

    Professor Melinda Molina Named Associate Dean
  • Professor Dan Kobil knew that he should stay close to the phone when news broke that President Trump was considering a pardon for former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio. Prof. Kobil, one of the nation’s leading experts on the power of executive clemency, is a go-to source for journalists and opinion-page editors when the pardon power is in the news.

    When Pardons Are in the News, So Is Professor Kobil

Life at Capital

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 ...

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