Meet Your Student Ambassadors - Capital University Law School

Meet Your Student Ambassadors


     2019SA Pannell
      Alexis Pannell

    Hometown: Columbus, Ohio
    Class Year: Fourth-Year, Part-Time Day

    Advice: Maintain balance! It is easy to get overwhelmed by the pressures of law school, and they can take over your life if you let them. As a part-time evening student, I have found that the best way to stay above water is to get organized early, find a supportive group of study buddies and friends, and make time for yourself. 
     2020 SA Rafoth  

    Rachel Rafoth

    Hometown: Canfield, Ohio
    Class year: Third-Year, Full-Time Day

    Advice: Organization is key. It is essential to find a method early on that works for you. This will help you keep track of daily tasks and find time in your schedule to do something for yourself. Law school is extremely overwhelming, and it's easy to get caught up in all the reading, outlining, and practice exams. Don't put too much pressure on yourself, have fun during the process, and remember self-care is extremely important. 
     2020 SA Malone

    Mac Malone

    Hometown: Greeley, Colorado
    Class year: Third-Year, Full-Time Day

    Advice: Enjoy your time before law school! Everyone enters law school with a blank slate of practical knowledge. Your professors will give you all the resources you need to be successful.  
    2020 SA Braverman
      Sydney Braverman

    Hometown: Chagrin Falls, OH
    Class Year: Third-Year, Full-Time Day

    Advice: Law School is challenging, but I would say success in law school is more about effort than intelligence. If you are willing to put in the effort to do well in law school, then there is no doubt that you will, but intelligence alone won’t get you there. If you stay organized, prioritize, and work efficiently, you will not only do well but some time for yourself/social life.