Capital University Law School
  • Capital University Law School student Henrietta Nwomeh, L’19, has always wanted to work in advocacy for disabled children. As an extern at Disability Rights Ohio, she has a chance to use her passion and life story to make a difference.

    Henrietta Nwomeh:  A Voice for Disabled Children
  • Apply to be a part of the CapLaw community! Now accepting New JD Applications.

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  • Professor Molly Corey, L’05, joined the faculty at Capital in August of 2018 after practicing law in state government for twelve years.

    Meet Our New Faculty: Professor Molly Corey, L’05
  • Mindy Yocum, L’15, is a solo practitioner and is known for assisting those who typically cannot afford legal services. In particular, she offers legal services as an employment benefit, partnering with organizations like Hot Chicken Takeover that hire people who have a legal barrier to employment, such as a criminal record.

    CapLaw Represents: Mindy Yocum is Helping Others Access Justice
  • Capital University Law School student Nicole Root, L ’19, remembers very well the first day of her Professional Responsibility class, and the impact that it would soon have on her.

    Nicole Root Awarded Prestigious Writing Prize
  • Capital University Law School has announced the launch of its newest graduate program, the Master of Legal Studies (MLS), beginning in fall 2019.

    Capital University Grows Graduate Portfolio with Master of Legal Studies

Life at Capital

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