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Congratulations to Graduates Who Passed the Ohio Bar Exam

October 31, 2014

We are delighted to congratulate the Capital University Law School graduates who passed the July administration of the Ohio Bar Exam!

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CapLaw Graduate Runs 51 Marathons in 11 Years

October 29, 2014

Running 26.2 miles for a marathon may sound like a challenge to some but imagine running a marathon in all 50 states plus Washington, DC. Capital Law School graduate, Jeff Smith, L'02, did just that.

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Three Inducted into Law School Hall of Honor

October 20, 2014

On Thursday, October 23, 2014, Capital University Law School will induct Brian A. Freeman, Roberta S. Mitchell, and the YMCA of Central Ohio into the Capital University Law School Hall of Honor.

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Putting a TV Show to the Test of Reality

October 10, 2014

Capital University Law Professor Susan Looper-Friedman viewed the show, “How to Get Away With Murder,” and offered her “Top 5 Ways Professor Annalise Keating is Not Like Any Real Law Professor.”

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Professor and Son Go Viral with Legos

October 10, 2014

Professor Kevin Griffith and his son Sebastian know what it’s like to go viral. Just look at their ambitious Lego-literature interpretation of Infinite Jest.

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36th Annual John E. Sullivan Lecture

October 10, 2014

36th Annual John E. Sullivan Lecture featuring David D. Cole, The Hon. George J. Mitchell Professor in Law and Public Policy at Georgetown University Law Center.

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25th Annual Leonie Turack, PTR Tennis Classic

October 9, 2014

Professor Daniel Turack and his wife Leonie created the annual Leonie Turack, PTR Tennis Classic as a way for students and staff to get some exercise and spend time with family. Professor Turack is a tennis lover and accomplished player himself.

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Capital Law Students Help Domestic Violence Victims

October 9, 2014

With domestic violence in the news again (the NFL’s failure to deal with domestic violence comes just ahead of October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month), there is no better time to recognize the role played by Capital University Law School’s students, faculty and staff in helping victims in our community.

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Mediating Real Life

October 3, 2014

A popular collegiate band director is fired because of allegations of sexual harassment toward women band members and for having a “sex culture” in the band. A public uproar ensues and the band director files a wrongful termination suit against the university.

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Sturtz is a Finalist in OSBA Competition

October 3, 2014

A summary judgment memorandum written by second-year student Matt Sturtz has been selected as one of two finalist papers in the First-Year Law Student Writing Competition conducted by the Litigation Section of the Ohio State Bar Association.

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