Robin Goodstein Assistant Dean of Student Affairs 614.236.6402
Branden SmithAssociate Director of Diversity & Inclusion614.236.6392
Pat FitzpatrickProgram Assistant614.236.7305
Innovative organizational programs provide a wealth of opportunities to explore various specialties within the legal profession, improve legal skills and develop social relationships.
Affinity student organizations are available for African-American, Hispanic, female, and LGBTQ students and allies. The Christian Legal Society & Jewish Law Students Society bring together students with similar backgrounds and interests. In addition, there are organizations for those interested in law related to environmental law, corporate law, constitutional law, criminal law and more.
Students can expand their writing and editing skills through involvement with the Capital University Law Review. Those wishing to hone their skills and test them in competition will want to investigate Capital's various moot court teams.
Student Organization General Information
Student Organization Handbook (PDF)Subscribe To Or Unsubscribe From An E-Mail ListStudent Organization Forms Start an Organization Extra-Curricular Student Organizations
American Bar Association, Law Student DivisionAmerican Constitution Society Black Law Students AssociationCapital Equality AllianceCapital University Law School DemocratsCapital University Law School RepublicansChildren and Family Law AdvocatesChristian Legal SocietyCriminal Law AssociationEnvironmental and Energy Law SocietyThe Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy StudiesHealth and Law OrganizationHispanic Law Students Association Jewish Law Students SocietyLabor and Employment Law AssociationMilitary Law SocietyPhi Alpha DeltaStudent Bar Association Women’s Law Association
Co-Curricular Student Groups
Capital University Law ReviewMock TrialMoot Court
Community Outreach Opportunities
Law and Leadership InstituteVolunteer Income Tax Association (VITA)
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