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Law School Building Front TN

Law School Building Closure

January 15, 2021

The Capital University Law School building will be closed from Saturday, January 16, 2021, through Wednesday, January 20, 2021.

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Mindfulness TN

A Community Mindful Moment

January 10, 2021

The Academic Success Program invites the CapLaw Family to a community mindful moment. The event will feature special guest, Danielle Kocal, Director of Academic Success and Professor of Law, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University.

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Spring 2021 Semester

January 7, 2021

The first day of class will be Monday, January 11, 2021. Please note that the Spring semester will be online/remote for the first two weeks of the semester as well as the two weeks following spring break.

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Bar Prep TN

CapLaw Pivots to Offer Courses on COVID-19 and Nonprofit Law

January 5, 2021

CapLaw is agile enough to be able to quickly implement ideas for courses and put them forth for faculty approval.

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Happy Holidays TN

Happy Holidays!

December 18, 2020

Capital University Law School wishes you peace and joy this holiday season.

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Bar Prep TN

Silver Linings: New Career & Educational Opportunities in Legal Academia

December 17, 2020

Join CapLaw Dean, Reynaldo Anaya Valencia, along with Mark Gordon, Professor of Law and former founding President and Dean of Mitchell Hamline School of Law and Jennifer Rosato, Dean of DePaul University College of Law, for Silver Linings: New Career & Educational Opportunities in Legal Academia on Friday, December 18, 2021 at 2PM CST. CapLaw Associate Dean Melinda Molina will Moderate.

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Post Election TN

Election Law Attorneys Grapple with Courts, COVID and Kanye

December 16, 2020

The 2020 presidential may go down in history as the most litigious in the history of our country, even surpassing the Bush v. Gore debacle in 2000.

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Mediation TN

45 Years Later, Alumni Reflect on the Profound Impact of Night Prosecutor’s Criminal Mediation Program

December 16, 2020

In 1975, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Law Enforcement Assistant Administration (LEAA) funded an experimental criminal mediation program sponsored by Capital University Law School.

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DeVillers TN

U.S. Attorney DeVillers Got His Start at CapLaw

September 21, 2020

United States Attorney David DeVillers, L’92, known for his trailblazing work prosecuting organized crime and gang activity, got his start in criminal law at Capital University Law School.

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Kobil, Dan

Professor Kobil Checks in on Whether the President Can Pardon Himself

December 7, 2020

Professor Dan Kobil, a nationally-recognized expert on executive clemency, had been prominently in the news recently, as the media reports on whether President Trump can pardon himself.

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