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Washburn TN

The Chief of Police goes to Law School

February 22, 2018

When Keith Washburn, L’18, started law school at Capital as a part-time evening student almost four years ago, he thought that he had no interest in practicing criminal law. He had pretty good basis for making such a decision.

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My Decision Seccuro TN

Why Kimberlyn Seccuro Chose Capital

February 21, 2018

Kimberlyn Seccuro, L'19, chose Capital Law School after taking a tour during her senior year at West Virginia University. It was not a hard decision. She knew after one weekend in Columbus that Capital would be the school for her graduate education. "From the moment I walked in, the people in the Office of Admissions were just so friendly and informative. Choosing a law school can be overwhelming so it was nice to have such helpful people of whom to ask questions."

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My Decision Barrett TN

Why Sara Barrett Chose Capital Law

February 14, 2018

Capital’s focus on real world preparedness was what drew Sara Barrett, L ’19, to move all the way from Arizona to Ohio.

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My Decision Kahler TN

Why Natalie Kahler Chose Capital

February 6, 2018

Many students find that attending law school full time, while managing the demands of work and family, tests their ability to balance competing responsibilities. But for Natalie Kahler, L’18, a sense of balance has long been a necessity – literally and metaphorically – owing to her early career as a nationally-competitive gymnast.

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My Decision Young TN

Why Avery Young Chose Capital Law

January 31, 2018

Avery Young, L’19, wanted to attend a law school that was outside of his comfort zone, both geographically and educationally. Having grown up in North Carolina and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for his Bachelor of Arts in History, he wanted to spend some time in a different part of the country. And, he wanted to be challenged academically, in order to be the best lawyer he could be.

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Walters TN

Bar Exam Trifecta!

January 24, 2018

Alicia Walters, L’16, had always dreamed of becoming an attorney. Little did she know that she would do it in triplicate.

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My Decision Sugarman TN

Why Scott Sugarman Chose Capital Law

January 23, 2018

For Scott Sugarman, L'19, law school was not initially part of the plan. After graduating from Bexley High School in the Columbus area, Scott attended Drexel University in Philadelphia. He hoped eventually to relocate to the East coast and pursue a career in business.

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Althauser Takes the Helm at FYLaw

November 27, 2017

Doug Althauser, L’08, has come back to Capital University Law School to serve as executive director of the Family and Youth Law Center (“FYLaw”). Althauser brings extensive experience as both a counselor and an attorney to his new role.

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First Generation TN

For First Generation Law Students, a Community Is Born

November 8, 2017

A law student whose mother, father, sibling, or grandparent is an attorney has a ready source of guidance, advice, and connections. But for many Capital University Law School students, finding such assistance requires looking outside the family.

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CapLaw Building 100

Diversity Week Brings Students Together

November 1, 2017

Capital University Law School recently hosted its Third Annual Diversity Week, which is sponsored by the school’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Department of Student Affairs, and affinity student groups. The week’s events provided opportunities for members of the Law School community to come together in unity to not only celebrate differing and diverse points of view, but also to talk about pressing community issues.

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