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Professor Brown Weighs in on Supreme Court’s Abortion, Prayer Rulings

July 8, 2022

Capital University Law School Professor and Newton D. Baker/Baker & Hostetler Chair Mark R. Brown says Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito got it wrong in his majority opinion, which overturned women’s right to abortion.

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Smith Named to ULC Committee on Election Law

April 14, 2022

Professor Bradley A. Smith was appointed to be an official observer to the Uniform Law Commission Election Law Study Committee.

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Author Conversation: A Feminist Critique of Police Stops

February 15, 2022

Professor Ross will provide an overview of her book and discuss three main themes: 1) consent, 2) bodily integrity, and 3) focusing on victim/survivors' point of view.

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Professor Molina to Rep CapLaw at Global Meeting on Law and Society

January 21, 2022

CapLaw Associate Professor Melinda Molina is one of a select group of legal educators selected to present at the Global Meeting on Law and Society in Lisbon, July 13-16.

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University Classes and Activities Cancelled

February 3, 2022

Due to severe weather expected overnight and throughout the day tomorrow, all Capital University campuses will be closed on Thursday, Feb. 3.

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Should We Resist Hate with Free Speech or Censorship?

January 21, 2022

Discussion on whether we should resist hate with free speech or censorship.

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Happy Holidays!

December 14, 2021

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

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Congratulations to All Who Passed the July 2021 Ohio Bar Exam

October 22, 2021

Congratulations to All Who Passed the July 2021 Ohio Bar Exam

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The Color of Law: A Virtual Discussion

September 22, 2021

Please join the Law School for a virtual conversation with author Richard Rothstein who will discuss his book, “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America.”

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Professor Sabu Publishes Cryptocurrency Article

August 22, 2021

Professor Arvind Sabu has published his latest article, “Realization’s Vexations: Taxing Cryptocurrency Hard Forks,” in the Spring 2021 issue of Jurimetrics.

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