Capital University Law School seeking nominees for 2013 Hall of Honor
Capital University Law School is accepting nominations for the 2013 inductees into the Hall of Honor, a place that permanently honors the dedication and contributions of outstanding alumni, friends, faculty and staff of the Law School.
Induction will be planned for this fall. This will be the third group of people inducted.
To be eligible, an honoree may be living or deceased. Alumni must have graduated at least 15 years ago, although nominees to the Hall of Honor also may be non-alumni with a long-term affinity with or connection to the Law School. Professors and staff considered for nomination must have taught or been employed at the Law School for at least 15 years.
To be selected for the Hall of Honor, candidates must have reached and remained at the pinnacle of their field long enough to demonstrate perseverance and maturation, or must have effected a profound positive influence on the Law School in the years since graduation.
Nominations are due by July 1. Find out more information and nominate an outstanding candidate.