Mannal, L’08, elected to Massachusetts State Legislature
December 7, 2012
Capital University Law School graduate Brian Mannal, L’08, was elected to the Massachusetts State Legislature in November.
Jerry O. Allen to be honored as 2013 David D. White Award winner
December 5, 2012
Jerry O. Allen, a 1984 Capital University Law School graduate and partner at Bricker & Eckler LLP, has been selected to be the 2013 David D. White Award recipient.
CapLaw professor’s ‘blawg’ named one of ABA’s top 100 sites
November 27, 2012
Capital University Law School Professor César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández has been honored by the American Bar Association, which selected his law blog as one of the top 100 in the country.
CapLaw Student Wins eMediation Competition
November 20, 2012
Capital University Law School student Rebecca Riger, 2L, was selected as the winner of the Cyberweek 2012 eMediation Competition.
Call center to connect low income veterans, active military with legal services
November 7, 2012
The Ohio Military/Veterans Legal Assistance Project and Capital University Law School are partnering to make it easier for Central Ohio’s low income veterans and active military personal to get legal assistance they might not otherwise be able to afford.
Jeffrey Hanson Available for Financial Counseling for Graduating Students
November 6, 2012
Thurs., November 15, Jeffrey Hanson, an expert in financial literacy, borrower education and debt management, will be at the Law School to provide loan repayment counseling sessions: 11 am – 12:30 pm and 4:30 – 6 pm.
CapLaw bar results continue to rank among highest in state
October 29, 2012
CapLaw has continued its track record of being among the best Ohio law schools in terms of passing the state bar exam on the first attempt.
Brocker Fund to offer female students scholarships
October 17, 2012
Capital University Law School has a new scholarship fund in honor of our first female graduate, Esther H. Brocker, L’26.
CapLaw alums sought for networking program
The Law School is recruiting its graduates to participate in a new program that will connect alumni with current students for informal mentorship, career advice and insights into the legal profession.
Dean's Message: Capital responding to changes in legal education, profession
Capital is responding to national trends of declining enrollment and changes in the legal profession by increasing our operational efficiency and working to find ways to attract a higher portion of the declining pool of prospective students.