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Why Lauren Larrick Chose Capital Law

May 17, 2017

Lauren chose Capital for two main reasons: 1) Columbus is an active, vibrant, and growing city; and 2) Lauren appreciated the flexibility and diversity that Capital provided for someone who wanted to work full-time.

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Constitutional Conversations

May 17, 2017

On May 11, 2017, Professor Dan Kobil and alumna Colleen Marshall, L'04 (Massucci Law Group; Anchor NBC 4 News) facilitated a conversation entitled, “The First Amendment: Freedoms of Speech, Press, and Assembly,” hosted by the Columbus Bar Association.

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2017 Commencement: Fond Memories & Future Plans

May 17, 2017

Capital University Law School’s class of 2017 will be graduating Sunday, May 21, 2017. The commencement for the 118 students being awarded degrees is set to begin at 2:00 p.m. at Mees Hall on Capital University’s main campus in Bexley.

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Law Day 2017 Celebrates the 14th Amendment

May 1, 2017

The Law Day 2017 theme is “The Fourteenth Amendment: Transforming American Democracy.”

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Why Shanese Logan Chose Capital Law

April 27, 2017

Shanese Logan, L’17, is a 4th year, part-time evening student at Capital University Law School. To her, attending Capital is like being part of a large family. Capital has given Shanese the opportunity, experience, and resources to grow as a student, mentor, and future lawyer.

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The Inauguration of Elizabeth Paul, Capital University’s 16th President

April 21, 2017

Capital University will officially inaugurate Dr. Beth Paul as its 16th president Friday, April 21, following a weeklong celebration that will reaffirm the University’s purpose and deep commitment to community. In kicking off a new era under Dr. Paul’s leadership,

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Why Brandi Staley Chose Capital Law

April 12, 2017

Brandi Staley, L’17, has no difficulty naming things she likes about Capital University Law School.

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Meet Branden Smith, Assoc. Director of Diversity & Inclusion

April 10, 2017

Branden Smith, Associate Director of Diversity & Inclusion, has moved in and out of government positions since his graduation from the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 2004

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Why Justine Allen Chose Capital Law

March 27, 2017

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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Why Marie Ragias Chose Capital Law

March 22, 2017

Marie Ragias, L ’17, wasn’t always sure that law school was in her plans. However, once she made the decision to take the journey, choosing Capital University Law School “was easy,” she says. Marie, a third-year student, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a specialization in Real Estate from The Ohio State University in 2013. She initially selected Capital because of the strong Columbus legal market and also Capital’s success in preparing students for the practice of law.

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