Barristers Academic Excellence Scholarship Awarded
April 24, 2014
The Law School has named the first winner of the Barristers Academic Excellence Scholarship: Brian Doyle-Wegner.
Capital Law Students Battle in National Moot Court Competitions
The best lawyers are “good on their feet” -- they can bring others to their point of view with dazzling use of the spoken word. Capital’s Moot Court program is just one of the many ways the Law School helps students hone this essential skill.
Capital Hosts First Annual Minority Mentorship Dinner and Reception
April 22, 2014
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.
Who Wins? Professors Argue Supreme Court Cases in WLA Debate
April 11, 2014
Capital Law School faculty hotly debated current constitutional law cases on Monday April 7, 2014 at the WLA annual constitutional law debate.
Learning in the Trenches
March 13, 2014
Countless Capital Law School Clinical students have helped prepare the defense in a multi-week capital murder case now on trial in Franklin County.
Professor Janutis Appointed Interim Dean
March 6, 2014
Capital University President Denvy A. Bowman today announced that Professor Rachel Janutis will serve as the interim dean at the Law School beginning July 1, 2014.
We Made the Honor Roll
February 25, 2014
Capital University Law School recently was honored by The National Jurist Magazine for delivering practical, experiential legal education.
Capital Externs Begin Semester at Work
February 20, 2014
Fifty-five Capital law students began work at many of the more than 150 sites that partner with the school as externship hosts.
Capital Law Students Take Constitutional Law into Columbus’ High Schools
February 14, 2014
The Marshall-Brennan class taught by Professor Kobil sends Capital law students into Columbus schools to teach high school students about their constitutional rights.
Doing Well and Doing Good
February 10, 2014
When Troy Doucet wanted to give back to the community, he briefly considered writing a check. But in the end, he opted for more hands-on involvement.