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CapLaw Grad Lands Prestigious Clerkship

October 10, 2016

Charles Campisano, L’ 16, is beginning his legal career on a high note, having landed a prestigious federal judicial clerkship with Judge Alan E. Norris of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, based in Columbus.

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Capital Welcomes New FYLaw Executive Director

October 6, 2016

Capital University Law School is pleased to announce that Judith Goldstein is the Family and Youth Law Center's (FYLaw) new Executive Director.

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Sarina Glick Wins Prestigious Scholarship

September 16, 2016

Capital University Law School has named the winner of the third annual Barristers Academic Excellence Scholarship: Sarina Glick.

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What (Some) Professors Did Last Summer

September 16, 2016

You might imagine that your professors spend their summers living lives of leisure, traveling or catching rays. In fact, many CapLaw professors use their summer “breaks” for productive work: researching, writing, speaking and updating and improving their class offerings.

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1L Advice from Some Who’ve Been There

September 12, 2016

First-year students often feel a mix of excitement, ambition, and anxiety in the early weeks of their law school career. Put simply: Being a first year law student can be overwhelming.

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Summer Intensives Streamline Learning

September 12, 2016

Each summer students everywhere take a deep breath and enjoy the break after a long nine months of classes. At Capital University Law School however, week long classes are offered to students who wish to get a leg up, knock down their work load for the upcoming fall, or just take on subjects that are not offered during the typical school year.

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Goodstein TN

Meet Your Administrators: Robin Goodstein

September 12, 2016

Robin Goodstein, assistant dean of student affairs, taught English to high school and community college students, coordinated an urban community service program and worked as a camp director before beginning law school as an evening student, just as her first son turned one. Her second son arrived at the end of her second year, exactly one week after her last final.

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Weatherspoon Publishes New Casebook

September 1, 2016

Capital University Law School Professor Emeritus Floyd Weatherspoon has published a new casebook entitled, Labor & Employment Arbitration: Leading Cases & Decisions. A Practical Approach to the Study of Arbitration.

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Location, Location, Location

July 28, 2016

Where you live, work, and play is important to your happiness. And so is the location of your law school. It’s a good thing that Capital University Law School is in the heart of Columbus, Ohio, the state capital and a great place to live, study, work, and play.

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Columbia Gas of Ohio, Inc. Makes Major Gift to the Law School

July 25, 2016

Students pursuing careers in energy law will soon have an opportunity for scholarship support, thanks to the generosity of Columbia Gas of Ohio.

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