Capital University Law School
  • Professor Peggy Cordray loves teaching and particularly enjoys helping first-year law students learn how to learn the law. She has taught at Capital since 1992 and chairs the Law School’s Student Faculty Relations Committee. We asked her to share some thoughts about herself, her work and succeeding in law school.

    Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Peggy Cordray
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  • 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
  • Professor Jack Guttenberg has been teaching law for more than 35 years. During that time he has taught clinical, simulation, and doctrinal courses predominantly focusing on litigation, criminal law, and the rules that govern the legal profession. During this time period he has also served as associate dean at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and dean here at Capital. Prior to law teaching and during his first five years of teaching, Professor Guttenberg served as a criminal defense lawyer representing clients in state and federal courts.

    Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Jack Guttenberg
  • This year, the SBA is honoring Professor Scott Anderson for his outstanding contributions to legal education and his mentorship of the student body. The SBA award signifies that Professor Anderson exemplifies all that is good in legal education and in academic life at Capital University Law School.

    Professor Anderson Honored by SBA
  • Dan Creekmur, L’08, is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Columbia Gas of Ohio. He has held that position for 4 years. He oversees the execution of regulatory, legislative and external strategies for delivering natural gas service to 1.4 million customers across the company’s 61-county service territory.

    CapLaw Represents:  Dan Creekmur Leads in the Energy Sector

Life at Capital

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