One of the most important professional skills a student should hone is networking. The ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with other professionals is critical to ongoing success and career development. Given the importance of building such relationships, Capital University Law School has created the online Capital Law Connect program. Capital Law Connect seeks to connect active Capital alumni with current students interested in learning more about the legal profession. It’s our hope that this professional network will foster better student networking and informal mentoring relationships. Student users will be able to review Capital alumni professional profiles and to contact alumni via Symplicity to coordinate an informational interview. Alumni will be able to limit the number and form of contacts students may make at any given time. Throughout the 2012 fall semester, Capital alumni will create their online profiles. Then, in the spring of 2013, Capital Law Connect will open to students so that they can begin connecting with our successful alumni. For more information, please email Shawn M. Beem, Assistant Dean of the Office of Professional Development, or call 614-236-6889.
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