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Anderson TN

Professor Anderson Honored by SBA

June 20, 2018

This year, the SBA is honoring Professor Scott Anderson for his outstanding contributions to legal education and his mentorship of the student body. The SBA award signifies that Professor Anderson exemplifies all that is good in legal education and in academic life at Capital University Law School.

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Ferriell TN

Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Jeff Ferriell

June 18, 2018

Professor Jeff Ferriell joined the Faculty at Capital in 1987 after teaching for eight years at other law schools in Ohio and elsewhere. In 2016 he was designated as the Geraldine W. Howell Professor of Law. An amateur radio buff (K8ZDA) and avid cyclist, he has participated in and worked as a volunteer for the annual Tour of the Scioto River Valley for over 30 years, and worked for over 20 years a member of the volunteer staff of the Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure.

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Creekmur TN

CapLaw Represents: Dan Creekmur Leads in the Energy Sector

June 13, 2018

Dan Creekmur, L’08, is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Columbia Gas of Ohio. He has held that position for 4 years. He oversees the execution of regulatory, legislative and external strategies for delivering natural gas service to 1.4 million customers across the company’s 61-county service territory.

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Molina TN

Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Melinda Molina

June 11, 2018

Associate Dean and Professor Melinda 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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Herbert TN

CapLaw Represents: Judge Paul Herbert Gives Victims Opportunity

June 6, 2018

Judge Paul Herbert, L’87, is a Judge in Franklin County Municipal Court and the founder of an innovative program known as CATCH (Changing Actions to Change Habits) court.

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Augsburger TN

CapLaw Represents: Mary Amos Augsburger Provides Bar Leadership

May 2, 2018

Mary Amos Augsburger, P’98, L’02, is the Executive Director and CEO of the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA), a position she has held for 4 years. Ms. Augsburger is first woman Executive Director and in the 137 year history of the OSBA, and only the 4th Executive Director.

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CapLaw Building 100

Law School and School of Management Collaborate on Joint Negotiations Class

May 2, 2018

Capital University's Law School has joined with the School of Management to offer Conflict Management and Business Negotiations as a joint class.

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Bockey TN

CapLaw Represents: Matt Bockey Making a Difference in Nepal

April 16, 2018

Matt Bockey, L’12, had never traveled outside of North America when he graduated from Capital University Law School. But after receiving his J.D., he remedied this gap in his experience in a major way: He spent the next four years in Nepal working as a volunteer with the U.S. Peace Corps.

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Why Capital Allen TN

Why Justine Allen Chose Capital Law

April 11, 2018

For Justine Allen, L’18, going to law school has been a life-long goal. But why did she choose Capital?

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Williams TN

With Support from Moyer Fellowship, Elizabeth Williams Helps Others

April 9, 2018

Capital Law students and alumni have long been leaders in giving back to their communities, and Elizabeth Williams, L’19, did not wait for graduation to follow in this tradition. Ms. Williams recently took her passion for public service to the next level, creating resources to help people rebuild their lives after incarceration. She did this with the support of the Chief Justice Thomas J. Moyer Fellowship and the mentorship of a committed Capital alum, Mindy Yocum, L ’11.

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