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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Jeff Snapp

July 31, 2015

Professor Jeff Snapp practiced for 15 years before joining Capital full-time in 2005. A former Acting Judge for the Bellefontaine Municipal Court, his practice focused on litigation and the needs of a broad range of individual and business clients. He helped form Habitat for Humanity of Logan County, where he has helped build 25 houses and currently serves as Director. He still lives in Bellefontaine where he tends his hobby farm raising chickens, gardening, and making maple syrup.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Melinda Molina

July 24, 2015

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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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Dennis Hirsch

July 17, 2015

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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Saluting Grads Who Embodied Capital's Mission

July 17, 2015

Any law school’s primary mission is to provide a learning environment where students can grow, learn about the law, and become career attorneys. Capital University Law School’s mission extends beyond that, to providing an environment where students grow together, while contributing to the community through the various clinics and extracurricular work.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Scott Anderson

July 10, 2015

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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Honoring Recent Grads for Public Service and Clinical Work

July 10, 2015

Many students are drawn to Capital by the opportunity to get hands-on experience. At Commencement in May, the Law School honored more than 35 such students for doing just that, and excelling in public service and clinical work at the same time.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Risa Lazaroff

July 3, 2015

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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A Multi-Pronged Approach to Child Welfare

July 2, 2015

One of Capital University Law School’s biggest points of pride is the Family and Youth Law Center (FYLaw). FYLaw works within child welfare, adoption, and juvenile justice systems to support positive outcomes for children, youth, and families.

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Student Ambassadors Advocate for Capital Law

July 2, 2015

Being a prospective law student just became more interesting! The Office of Admission and Financial Aid is offering a new student ambassadors program to assist future Capital Law students. The prospective student will be paired with current students to get a glimpse into life at the Law School.

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CapLaw Alumni Rack Up Honors

July 2, 2015

Capital Law alumni have been busy earning awards recently!

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