Welcome to the Graduate Law Programs at Capital University Law School. This policy manual is the official compilation of policies and procedures for graduate law students at Capital University Law School. It is applicable to all students obtaining a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree as well as to those obtaining a Master of Taxation (M.T.) degree. Below is the full Graduate Law Policy Manual as well as general information for the Graduate Law program.
Graduate Law Policy Manual PDFOperating Hours and Office LocationsThe Associate Dean for Graduate Law Programs is Regina Burch. The Associate Dean for Graduate Programs oversees all aspects of the Graduate Law Programs, including academic advising, admissions, course scheduling, curriculum, recruitment and scholarship aid. Dean Burch’s contact information is as follows:Professor Regina BurchAssociate Dean for Graduate Law Programs and Professor of LawCapital University Law School303 East Broad StreetColumbus, Ohio 43215P. 614-236-6564 F. firstname.lastname@example.orgBookstoreThe bookstore is located on the first floor of the law school. All texts for Graduate Law Programs may be purchased at the bookstore.Hours of operation: Academic Year: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (Friday until 5:00)(M – F) Summer: Noon – 6:00 p.m. (Friday until 5:00)ParkingParking is free. Evening students may park in designated Capital University Law School lots after 4:00 p.m. A form to obtain a parking pass may be obtained on-line, along with a map of the parking lots available for students. Please contact Donna Garrett, Administrative Coordinator at 614-236-6441 for any assistance.Student Identification CardsAll students must obtain a photo ID card. Please contact Donna Garrett, Administrative Coordinator to schedule your photo session. Her phone number is 614-236-6441. A specific time for photos for new students will be scheduled at the start of each semester. MailboxEach graduate law student will be assigned a mailbox in the Huntington Commons (People’s Court Café area) on the first floor.E-Mail Address / AccountEach graduate law student will have a Capital University Law School e-mail address. Please check this account regularly as the law school and your professors will use this address to communicate with you. You should contact the technology help desk via the law school website (www.law.capital.edu) if you have problems with your e-mail account. YOU WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL INFORMATION SENT TO YOU AT YOUR CAPITAL E-MAIL ADDRESS.Library and Computer LabWith your student identification card, graduate law students have 24/7 access to the law library. You also have access to the computer lab located in the Annex on the first floor; your student ID card is needed for access to the building, the library and the computer lab. Food, drink and smoking are prohibited in the law school, law library and computer lab. A pamphlet on library services and usage is available at the Circulation Desk of the law library on the 4th floor.Law School Counseling and Disability ServicesStudents may receive free counseling services at the Law School (5th floor) and at the Center for Health and Wellness (CHW) at the Bexley campus. Individual, relationship, and group counseling services are provided. Workshops, consultations, and outreach services are also available. You may request your first counseling appointment by completing the online inquiry form available on the law school’s website, emailing Dr. Cathy McDaniels Wilson, ABPP, Director University Counseling and Health Services or Stacy Ingraham, or contacting the CHW at 614.236.6114.Students with disabilities who wish to receive assistance from the Office of Disability Services (ODS) are responsible for disclosing their disability to the ODS. A student request for accommodations and other forms are available on the law school’s website. Completed forms should be returned to Dr. Cathy McDaniels Wilson.Office of Professional DevelopmentThe Office of Professional Development is located on the first floor of the law school in Room 171. Their services are available to all graduate law students. You are encouraged to utilize these services. The Associate Dean for Graduate Law Programs is also available for any questions you may have.
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