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Location, Location, Location

August 1, 2017

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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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Susan Gilles

June 5, 2017

Professor Susan Gilles is known for running a high-energy, innovative classroom. A native of Glasgow, Scotland, Prof. Gilles has taught at Capital since 1990 and is faculty advisor to the Woman’s Law Association. We asked her to share some thoughts about herself, her work and succeeding in law school.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Peggy Cordray

June 5, 2017

Professor Peggy Cordray loves teaching and particularly enjoys helping first-year law students learn how to learn the law. She has taught at Capital since 1992 and chairs the Law School’s Student Faculty Relations Committee. We asked her to share some thoughts about herself, her work and succeeding in law school.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Chuck Cohen

June 5, 2017

Professor Chuck Cohen was a magazine journalist in New York City (where he wrote for People and Money Magazines) before beginning law school at age 31. An avid traveler and amateur photographer, he has taught at Capital since 2003 and chairs the Law School’s Communications Committee. We asked him to share some thoughts about himself, his work and succeeding in law school.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Susan Looper-Friedman

June 5, 2017

Professor Susan Looper-Friedman brings an international perspective to her work, having studied in both England and France before joining the Capital Law Faculty in 1985. A long-time champion of civil liberties she received the Flame of Liberty award from the Ohio Chapter of the ACLU in 2012 in recognition of nearly 30 years of leadership roles in that organization.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Jack Guttenberg

June 5, 2017

Professor Jack Guttenberg has been teaching law for 35 years. During that time he has taught clinical, simulation, and doctrinal courses predominantly focusing on litigation, criminal law, and the rules that govern the legal profession. During this time period he has also served as associate dean at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and dean here at Capital. Prior to law teaching and during his first five years of teaching, Professor Guttenberg served as a criminal defense lawyer representing clients in state and federal courts.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Risa Lazaroff

June 5, 2017

Professor Risa Lazaroff started teaching part-time at the Law School in 1994 while she was working as an associate in a local law firm. She moved to full-time status in 2003. She is the academic director for the Externship Program and faculty advisor for the Civil Litigation Concentration.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Scott Anderson

June 5, 2017

Professor Scott Anderson was an assistant county prosecutor and a staff attorney for the Ohio State Criminal Sentencing Commission before he turned to teaching full-time. He received a doctorate degree in philosophy from the Ohio State University and began teaching at Capital in the fall of 2007.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Dennis Hirsch

June 5, 2017

Professor Dennis Hirsch is a native New Yorker (born and raised in Manhattan). He is married to Suzanne Goldsmith-Hirsch, a writer, and they have two teenaged children. A dedicated runner and fitness addict, Prof. Hirsch greatly enjoys music, particularly Jazz and Americana.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Melinda Molina

June 5, 2017

Professor Molina enjoys teaching, traveling, and taking her two dogs for walks. She began teaching at Capital in 2010 after completing a fellowship at the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development at St. John’s University School of Law. Before joining academia, she was an associate in the New York office of Sullivan and Cromwell LLP. Professor Molina serves as the faculty advisor to the Hispanic Law Students Association.

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