• Professor Bradley Smith seems to always be on the move. Whether he’s giving an interview to a national publication, updating his Election Law casebook, penning a law review article or op-ed, or speaking at a prestigious conference, Professor Smith is constantly putting Capital in the national eye.

    Professor Smith Returns to Capital
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  • Bradley Marzola, L’16, will be the first MCELP Energy Law Research Student Fellow. “I’m most honored to be selected,” said Mr. Marzola, a third-year day student from Westerville, OH.

    Bradley Marzola Lands Energy Fellowship
  • Professor Yvonne Twiss, L’98, worked in marketing for a major metropolitan newspaper for several years before attending law school at Capital, where she graduated class valedictorian. She practiced commercial law for a large Ohio firm for nearly seven years before coming home to Capital to join the law faculty in 2005.

    Meet Your Faculty: Yvonne Twiss
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  • The law changes. Part of an educator’s job is helping the bench, bar and public to understand such changes.

    CapLaw Faculty Reach Beyond the Classroom

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