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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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Director Wondracek Named to Fastcase 50

August 9, 2021

Jenny Wondracek, director of the Capital University law library and professor of legal analysis, writing and research, has been named a 2021 Fastcase 50 Award Winner. The honor recognizes “the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders.”

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Jeff Ferriell

July 12, 2021

Professor Jeff Ferriell joined the Faculty at Capital in 1987 after teaching for eight years at other law schools in Ohio and elsewhere. In 2016 he was designated as the Geraldine W. Howell Professor of Law. An amateur radio buff (K8ZDA) and avid cyclist, he has participated in and worked as a volunteer for the annual Tour of the Scioto River Valley for over 30 years, and worked for over 20 years a member of the volunteer staff of the Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure.

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Associate Dean Anderson Discusses Barriers to Implementing Judicial Database

July 6, 2021

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Scott Anderson recently authored the article, “Anticipating the Judicial Response to Ohio’s Proposed Statewide Sentencing Database,” which was published in the April 2021 issue of Federal Sentencing Reporter.

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Ferriell 20210706

July 6, 2021

During the first 3 weeks of June, Prof. Jeff Ferriell, in his role as one of Ohio’s Uniform Law Commissioners, participated in a series of almost daily virtual meetings concerning an extraordinarily wide variety of “uniform law” proposals that the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) is working on.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Halle Hara

July 6, 2021

Professor Halle Hara has significant experience teaching law students, having served previously as the full-time Professor and Director of Academic Success at Capital, a Visiting Professor of Legal Research and Writing at Capital, and an Adjunct Skills Professor at the University of Dayton School of Law. She has also mentored new lawyers for ten years through the Ohio Supreme Court Lawyer-to-Lawyer Mentoring Program. She was honored by the Ohio Supreme Court for her service since the Lawyer-to-Lawyer Mentoring Program’s inception, and she serves on the Program’s Curriculum Subcommittee. Professor Hara assisted in developing and presenting a substantive orientation for incoming Judicial Law Clerks in the United States District Court and has acted as a long-time supervisor to Judicial Externs.

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Incoming 1Ls, Meet Your Professors: Melinda Molina

June 29, 2021

Professor Melinda Molina enjoys teaching, traveling, and taking her two dogs for walks. She began teaching at Capital in 2010 after completing a fellowship at the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development at St. John’s University School of Law. Before joining academia, she was an associate in the New York office of Sullivan and Cromwell LLP. Professor Molina serves as the faculty advisor to the Hispanic Law Students Association.

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Harrison, Allison

5 Tips For Running A Law Practice

June 23, 2021

I cannot believe I have been running my own law firm for 8 years! Time flies when you are busy with your dream. In those 8 years, I have grown as an attorney as a business owner. I have learned a lot about running a practice, both through trial and error as well as speaking with other firm owners. To spare the next generation of law firm owners, I wanted to share my experiences.

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