Darling TN

Stan Darling Named Emeritus Professor

April 22, 2016

Capital has conferred emeritus status on Stan Darling, in recognition of a three decade journey that was, in his words, “a labor of love.”

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Clinic

Clinic Offers On-the-Job Learning

April 8, 2016

Who says law school is only about lectures and final exams? At Capital University Law School, the learning experience extends beyond the classroom into a much more practical setting.

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Jaehn TN

Why Alexandra Jaehn Chose Capital Law

April 8, 2016

Alexandra Jaehn, L’16, enjoyed the privilege of mentorship by Capital Law alumnus John Ballow, L’84, a successful solo practitioner in her hometown of Buffalo, New York. Alex, as she prefers to be called, interned with him for two years before she started law school. Mr. Ballow encouraged Alex to visit Capital Law because of the wonderful atmosphere he experienced, as well as, the many opportunities available for law school students just steps from the state capital.

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CapLaw Building 100

Revamped Moot Court Program Off to a Strong Start

April 8, 2016

Capital University Law School has always had a strong moot court and mock trial program. Recently, the law faculty decided that it wanted to boost the program to the next level and implemented a series of changes. The move is already starting to pay off.

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Kobil TN

Meet Your Faculty: Dan Kobil

March 30, 2016

Professor Dan Kobil has been a full-time faculty member at Capital since 1987. Prior to coming to Capital, Professor Kobil practiced law as a litigator with the Columbus office of BakerHostetler and served as a law clerk for Judge Albert J. Engel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Hailing from Toledo, Ohio, he loves the Great Lakes and now spends much of his free time in northern Michigan near Lake Huron.

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Beth Paul TN

Law School Welcomes New University President

March 30, 2016

Professor of Law Rick Wood was a faculty representative on the search team, and admired Paul for her experience with law schools and academic affairs. Paul was previously provost at Stetson University, which also has a law school.

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Mark Hatcher TN

Mark Hatcher Receives the David D. White Award

March 28, 2016

The Capital community recently celebrated the recipients of the David D. White Award and scholarships with its 27th annual reception. The reception honored current Capital students that received David D. White scholarships for the year, and most importantly, the winner of the annual David D. White award. The recipient of this year’s award was Mark Hatcher, L'06, T'06, a partner at Baker Hostetler.

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CapLaw Building 100

Successful Women Grads Share Wisdom

March 28, 2016

Continuing its commitment to provide practical advice for all students, Capital recently hosted a “Women in Leadership” presentation featuring several successful alumnae.

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CapLaw Building 100

Students See Law in the Making

March 28, 2016

Capital is delivering on its reputation for giving students a practical learning experience. In the most recent example, the law school hosted hearings of the Ohio Civil Rights Commission (OCRC), which all students were encouraged to attend.

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Naseer TN

Why Makin Naseer Chose Capital Law

March 11, 2016

Makin Naseer, L’16, always wanted to go to law school, but couldn’t find the “right time to go.” Her mother’s encouragement helped solve that problem. “I was running from law school,” says Makin, a third-year student. “After finishing my undergrad in Wisconsin, I could have gone in 2009, but part of me got scared. When 2012 came, my Mom said, ‘What are you doing, child? Go to law school!’” Despite some good reasons for delaying, her mom’s advice and support began her law school journey.

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