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A Biblical Trial, in Modern Guise

February 23, 2015

Is it ever permissible to endanger a child? To kill? What if God commands it? These ancient questions, reverberating through Judaism, Christianity and Islam from the biblical story of Abraham’s near-sacrifice of his son Isaac on Mount Moriah, will be revisited in “The People vs. Abraham,” a live, dramatic courtroom battle at the Mees Auditorium on main campus on February 28 at 7:30 p.m.

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Breathing Life into the Law with Real-World Exercises

February 23, 2015

You can read about a contract in the casebook -- or you can negotiate one. The first-year students in Professor Peggy Cordray’s 1L class get to do both. In a recent exercise devoted to interviewing and counseling, the students represented simulated clients attempting to negotiation a “non-compete” clause.

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Tocheri Earns Emerging Leaders Scholarship

February 18, 2015

Byron Tocheri, a second-year CapLaw student, is passionate about international adoption and particularly the problems of older children seeking families.

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Capital Law Student Lori Gosnell Explains Restorative Justice to 6th Graders

February 18, 2015

When sixth grade students at the Park Street Intermediate School read the novel Touching Spirit Bear, whose main character is a teenage boy engaged in a "circle justice" juvenile diversion program in order to avoid jail time, they wanted to know more.

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Why Maurice Wells Chose Capital Law

February 13, 2015

Maurice Wells ’17, a 1L, is familiar with tradition. Whether it is following in his mother’s footsteps as an attorney, or being a member of The Ohio State University football team, Maurice knows the importance of hard work and determination.

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FASST Company - Spring 2015

February 12, 2015

This Spring brings new opportunities for students to get to know their Capital Law School faculty outside of the classroom.

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National Initiative

February 12, 2015

Capital University Law School students and faculty had a front-row seat to the nation’s first regional convening of the National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice, a program launched by the United States Department of Justice.

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Capital Law Students Victorious in eMediation Competition

December 17, 2014

Once again, Capital Law students dominated the awards in the Cyberweek 2014 – eMediation Competition. Capital Law students David Swick tied for 1st, Sharon Schnelle placed 3rd, and Samantha Brush finished 5th.

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Puppies, free coffee, and exam time tips!

December 5, 2014

On December 2, over 50 law students stopped by the Library for a visit with Barney the therapy dog. His owners, law school alumni George and Nancy Albu, tagged along, and Nancy shared some exam stories from her days as a law student.

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Students Participate in 15th Annual National Adoption Day

December 2, 2014

On November 20, 2014, The National Center for Adoption Law & Policy, in conjunction with Franklin County Children’s Services and the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, sponsored the 15th annual National Adoption Day at the Franklin County Probate Court.

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