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CapLaw Represents: Matt Bockey Making a Difference in Nepal

April 16, 2018

Matt Bockey, L’12, had never traveled outside of North America when he graduated from Capital University Law School. But after receiving his J.D., he remedied this gap in his experience in a major way: He spent the next four years in Nepal working as a volunteer with the U.S. Peace Corps.

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Why Justine Allen Chose Capital Law

April 11, 2018

For Justine Allen, L’18, going to law school has been a life-long goal. But why did she choose Capital?

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With Support from Moyer Fellowship, Elizabeth Williams Helps Others

April 9, 2018

Capital Law students and alumni have long been leaders in giving back to their communities, and Elizabeth Williams, L’19, did not wait for graduation to follow in this tradition. Ms. Williams recently took her passion for public service to the next level, creating resources to help people rebuild their lives after incarceration. She did this with the support of the Chief Justice Thomas J. Moyer Fellowship and the mentorship of a committed Capital alum, Mindy Yocum, L ’11.

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Why Hank Schaab Chose Capital Law

April 4, 2018

Hank Schaab, L’19, doesn’t shy away from difficult goals.

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Why Jilian Weithman Chose Capital Law

March 28, 2018

Like most prospective law students, Jilian Weithman, L’19, considered numerous schools when deciding where to pursue her legal education. But when she visited Capital, the decision was practically made for her as soon as she walked in the door.

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CapLaw Represents: Zach Klein’s Journey from Capital University Law School, to Columbus City Attorney

March 27, 2018

When Zach Klein, L’04, decided to attend Capital University Law School, he knew that one day he wished to pursue public service. But he had no inkling that his education at Capital would help propel him to a leadership position with the Ohio Attorney General, a job at the White House working for Vice President Biden, the presidency of Columbus City Council, and most recently, the position of Columbus City Attorney.

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Why Anna Mason Chose Capital Law

March 21, 2018

Anna Mason, L’20, will tell you that she never considered attending any law school other than Capital University Law School. Capital’s part-time evening program made it possible for Anna to fulfill her dream of becoming a lawyer, while continuing to live and work in southeastern Ohio, which she loves.

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Why Nickole Iula Chose Capital

March 13, 2018

Nickole Iula, L’19, was holding down a demanding job at Chipotle Mexican Grill’s satellite corporate office in Columbus when she decided to pursue her lifelong dream of going to law school. But she didn’t want to sacrifice her steady paycheck.

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McMonagle TN

CapLaw Represents: Brian McMonagle, Defending the Famous

March 8, 2018

Philadelphia attorney Brian McMonagle, L’84, has had quite a career since graduating from Capital University Law School. He began working in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, where he made his name as one of the youngest prosecutors to prosecute high profile homicide cases. His successes included the conviction of Philadelphia mob boss Nicodemo Scarfo for First Degree Murder.

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For Spring Break, An Opportunity to Serve

March 8, 2018

While Spring Break can be a time for relaxation or, perhaps more commonly, catching up on school work and preparing for finals, many Capital Law students instead choose community service.

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