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CapLaw Alumni Noted in Prestigious Listings

April 21, 2015

Recently, a vast group of Capital University Law School graduates have been recognized for outstanding achievement in the profession.

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New Environmental and Energy Law Concentration Program

April 14, 2015

Capital Law School recently became one of only a handful of schools to establish an Environmental and Energy Law Concentration Program. Students who complete this innovative, twelve-credit concentration gain a solid grounding in core environmental and energy laws and engage with the most interesting issues in these fields.

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Capital Hosts Annual Minority Mentorship Dinner and Reception

April 8, 2015

In Greek mythology, Athena took the guise of an old friend of Odysseus, Mentor, to encourage and guide young Telemachus through the trials of young adulthood. In a similar fashion, Capital alumni recently gathered with first and second year students of color to discuss the challenges of law school and share the excitement of their developing practices.

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Who Will Prevail? Annual ConLaw Debaters Decide

April 8, 2015

Students got a chance to watch their professors spar during the Women’s Law Association’s annual Constitutional Law debate in early April. In a short 45 minutes – and with a packed house – professors argued three cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Why Johnna Evans Chose Capital Law

April 7, 2015

Johnna Evans, L’15, a 3L, is a passionate student. During her psychology undergraduate work at The Ohio State University she became familiar with autism and volunteered for Autism Speaks. After graduating in 2009, she followed that passion and worked with Nationwide Children’s Hospital as well as Autism Speaks, and her passion continued to grow.

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A Fast Track to a Law Degree

April 1, 2015

Beginning this fall, Capital University will offer an Accelerated Bachelor of Arts/Juris Doctor. The Accelerated BA/JD will allow students to earn an undergraduate degree and a law degree in only six years, rather than the typical seven years. The result: A faster, more cost-effective track to a law degree.

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New Staff in Student Services

March 12, 2015

Capital University Law School adds fours new faces to student services.

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Capital Law School assists veterans through Operation Legal Help Ohio

March 11, 2015

“It is very gratifying to assist a project that helps so many veterans find their way back into our communities, after having given so much to defend them.”

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Capital Hosts National Adoption Law Debate

March 10, 2015

At the 11th Annual Wells Conference on Adoption Law, leading scholars and professionals from across the nation will address “When Things Go Wrong: Practice and Policy in Contested and Disrupted Adoptions.”

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Why Matthew Chacey Chose Capital Law

March 10, 2015

Matthew Chacey, L’15, a 3L, received mentoring from one of Capital’s greatest assets, an alumnus. Upon the advice of Maribeth Deavers Meluch, L’91, at Isaac Wiles, LLC, he considered Capital because it was a “great practice-ready institution.”

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