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Althauser Takes the Helm at FYLaw

November 27, 2017

Doug Althauser, L’08, has come back to Capital University Law School to serve as executive director of the Family and Youth Law Center (“FYLaw”). Althauser brings extensive experience as both a counselor and an attorney to his new role.

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For First Generation Law Students, a Community Is Born

November 8, 2017

A law student whose mother, father, sibling, or grandparent is an attorney has a ready source of guidance, advice, and connections. But for many Capital University Law School students, finding such assistance requires looking outside the family.

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Diversity Week Brings Students Together

November 1, 2017

Capital University Law School recently hosted its Third Annual Diversity Week, which is sponsored by the school’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Department of Student Affairs, and affinity student groups. The week’s events provided opportunities for members of the Law School community to come together in unity to not only celebrate differing and diverse points of view, but also to talk about pressing community issues.

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Thomas Spyker, L’18: Serving His Country and Community

October 29, 2017

Student Bar Association President Thomas Spyker, L’18, may have seemed like a longshot to be elected to a top leadership role by his fellow students. He is the first Capital University Law School evening student ever to hold the office of SBA President.

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Congratulations to our July 2017 Ohio Bar Passers!

October 27, 2017

Capital University Law School is delighted to congratulate all of our graduates who passed the July, 2017, administration of the Ohio Bar Exam!

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Christopher Kuhman, L’19, Named Energy Fellow

October 18, 2017

Christopher Kuhman, L'19, will be the 2017-18 MCELP Energy Law Research Student Fellow.

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Revamped Concentration Program Responds to Today’s Legal Profession

October 9, 2017

JD concentrations have become an increasingly an important aspect of legal education and Capital University Law School has recently reexamined its concentration program with an eye towards enhancing our student’s knowledge, skills, and values. The result of this process is a newly-streamlined set of five concentration offerings that better reflect student interest, the school’s educational goals, and the needs of an evolving legal profession.

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On DC Trip, Five More Alumni Join the Supreme Court Bar

October 3, 2017

Five more Capital University Law School alumni are now eligible to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, following a swearing in ceremony at the Court on Monday, October 2.

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Students See Pro Bono Opportunities

October 2, 2017

Capital Law School students had the unique opportunity to hear about bankruptcy related pro bono opportunities from United States Bankruptcy Judge John E. Hoffman, Jr. and others from The Legal Aid Society of Columbus (LSAC), during a presentation at the Law School on September 29. Judge Hoffman, a staunch supporter of pro bono work, was appointed as United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of Ohio in 2000.

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FYLaw Aids Ohio Courts in Child Welfare Cases

September 19, 2017

Every day, Ohio juvenile court judges make difficult decisions in cases involving child abuse, neglect, or dependency.

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