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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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Why Brian Morgan Chose Capital Law

March 15, 2017

Brian Morgan, L’17, chose Capital University Law School primarily for its part-time evening program. “I knew I wanted to go to law school,” he explained, “but I also knew that I could not afford to not work.”

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National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare & Adoption Law

March 15, 2017

On March 10 & 11th, the Family and Youth Law Center and Capital University Law School hosted the twelfth annual National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare & Adoption Law. The competition problem involved “Child Welfare and Parental Disability”.

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Why Ashley Saadey Chose Capital Law

March 7, 2017

Ashley Saadey, L ’17, chose Capital University Law School because of its small classes. When Ashley took a tour of Capital as a prospective student, she immediately felt that the Law School seemed like a close-knit family where everyone has your back.

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Professors Debate Reach of Eminent Domain

March 7, 2017

Capital’s Professor Dennis Hirsch and Professor Ilya Somin of George Mason University Law School squared off in a lively and well-attended debate about eminent domain on February 23.

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Wells Lecture Presents an Innovative Approach to Protecting Parental Rights of the Disabled

February 21, 2017

Wells Lecture Presents an Innovative Approach to Protecting Parental Rights of the Disabled

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Maureen Flahive Receives Tax Scholarship

December 19, 2016

Maureen Flahive, L’ 17, has been awarded a $1,500 scholarship from the Cincinnati-Columbus Chapter of the Tax Executives Institute, a worldwide association of in-house tax professionals. The scholarship is awarded to a student of outstanding ability who has demonstrated an interest in tax.

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Marie Ragias Wins Law Review Scholarship

December 6, 2016

Marie Ragias, L’ 17, is the latest winner of the 2002-2003 Law Review Board Scholarship.

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2016 John E. Sullivan Lecture by Professor William Marshall a Resounding Success

December 6, 2016

On November 15, 2016, Professor William P. Marshall, the William Rand Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina School of Law, delivered the 2016 Sullivan Lecture entitled, “The School Prayer Decisions or Why Engel v. Vitale May Have Had It Right All Along.”

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Zach O’Driscoll Wins Award for Poster

December 6, 2016

Capital University Law School prides itself not only on being a part of the community, but standing out in the city which it calls its home. On October 7, 2016, Zachary O’Driscoll, L ’17, furthered this effort by becoming the latest recipient of the Excellence Core Value Showcase Award from the 3rd Annual Learning Showcase at Franklin University.

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