The Academic Success Program Team is led by four members of the full-time faculty, all of whom also teach first-year courses, including Contracts, Constitutional Law and Torts. They are assisted by other members of the full-time faculty who teach Business Associations, Civil Procedure, Clinic, Criminal Law, Legal Drafting, Torts, and Legal Research and Writing. They are all dedicated to the academic success of Capital's first-year students. Capital's Academic Success Program consists of three components: Summer Academic Success, Fall Semester Academic Success, and Spring Semester Academic Success.
The Summer and Fall ASPs are run by Professor Jeff Ferriell. Professor Ferriell teaches Contracts, Bankruptcy, and Commercial Law. He is assisted in the Summer ASP by Professors Scott Anderson, Susan Gilles, Laurie McCaughan, Melinda Molina, Jacqueline Orlando, Jeff Snapp, Fenner Stewart and Yvonne Twiss. During the fall, a variety of members of the faculty who teach first-year courses assist Professor Ferriell in leading various skills workshops for first-year students. Spring ASP is run by Professors Peggy Cordray, Dan Kobil and Melinda Molina. Professor Corday teaches Contracts and Evidence. Professor Kobil teaches Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure. Professor Molina teaches Torts and White Collar Crime.
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