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Capital’s Writing Program Builds Skilled Lawyers

February 4, 2016

Many surveys of legal employers indicate that new lawyers are expected to bring certain skills with them into the job market. Chief among these skills are the ability to write, research, and engage in legal analysis and reasoning. For years, Capital University Law School has stressed these very skills in its demanding and innovative writing courses.

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CapLaw Building 100

Prominent Grad Returns to Capital

February 2, 2016

Alumnus Brian Brokate, L’79, recently returned to his alma mater to share advice and show his appreciation.

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FYLaw TN

Tackling Legal Issues for Emancipating Foster Youth

February 2, 2016

The Foster Youth Advocacy Clinic (FYAC) is a course offered to students who have completed more than two-thirds of their credit hours at Capital Law School. The course requires the students to take on their own cases and help emancipated youth with a myriad of problems that they may be facing.

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Awards TN

Capital Honored as Top School for Government Careers

February 2, 2016

National Jurist and prelaw Magazine have recognized Capital as one of the Top 20 law schools in the country for students seeking careers in government.

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Student Interaction with Faculty is a Hallmark of Capital Law

February 2, 2016

The first year of law school is undoubtedly challenging. Capital University Law School is working with students to ease that burden by encouraging regular student and faculty interaction.

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Law School Celebrates Diversity

February 2, 2016

Capital University Law School successfully held its very first “Diversity Week” in October. Diversity Week was sponsored by Capital’s Student Bar Association SBA president Jose Juarez, L’16, was the brain behind the event. “I was so happy to see that the inaugural year of Diversity Week was such a success,” he said. “All three events were well attended and it forced students to contemplate particular issues that were being discussed by each student organization.”

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Hatcher to be Honored with David D. White Award

January 25, 2016

Mark Hatcher, L'06, T'06, partner, BakerHostetler, will be honored on March 2, 2016, as the 27th recipient of the David D. White Award. For more information about the reception, see David D. White Award Reception.

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Testing TN

Success requires Preparation.

November 23, 2015

Capital University Law School has partnered with The Princeton Review to provide future law students with the opportunity to take a free, full length practice LSAT exam.

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Pro Bono TN

Promoting Pro Bono Services

November 17, 2015

The Law School’s Office of Professional Development recently participated in National Pro Bono Celebration Week, an event sponsored by the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service.

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Brown TN

Meet Your Faculty: Mark Brown

November 10, 2015

Professor Mark Brown is from Louisville, Kentucky, where he attended law school (University of Louisville) following his graduation from the University of Dayton. He has since lived in Champaign/Urbana, where he did graduate work at the University of Illinois, along with Memphis, St. Petersburg, and Washington, D.C. He now calls Columbus home. He has an eleven-year-old dog, a fifteen-year-old daughter, and a fifty-five-year-old Volkswagen Type I. He began his teaching career in 1985 after completing a federal clerkship with the Sixth Circuit. He worked for the Chief Justice as a judicial fellow during the Supreme Court's 1993 October Term.

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