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Peer Advisor Podcasts Find Success Amid Pandemic

April 29, 2021

Not wanting to let the COVID-19 pandemic interfere with the flow of information from upper-level law students to incoming students, Capital University Law School peer advisors found a way to take the information right to their laptops or mobile phones.

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Diversity & Inclusion Discussions: Empowering Students to Be the Change

April 27, 2021

Against the backdrop of America’s growing racial divide following the death of George Floyd and the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Carson Tucker, L ’21, wanted to make sure Capital University Law School students had opportunities to make their voices heard. At the same time, Professor Jessica Branner Hittle was looking for resources to create a more inclusive environment in her legal research and writing courses.

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Announcement: Summer & Fall 2021 Semesters

April 16, 2021

Dean Valencia recently provided the Law School community with an update about the Law School’s planning efforts for the Summer and Fall 2021 semesters. Summer semester will remain virtual. Fall semester will return to in-person classes.

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U.S. Senate Bill Inspired by Professor Hirsch

March 26, 2021

A bill to protect consumers from unfair and discriminatory algorithms, introduced by U.S. Senator Chris Coons (D-Del.) in December 2020, was inspired in part by an article written by Capital University Law School Professor Dennis D. Hirsch.

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Let Your Voice Be Heard

March 25, 2021

Capital University Law School will once again participate in the Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE). Student participation provides the Law School with helpful data to inform the Law School about what needs attention in order to improve students’ experiences.

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Criminal Law Alums Forging Changes in Justice System

March 10, 2021

Capital University Law School alumni are continuing to advance the school’s reputation as one of the top criminal law programs in the country.

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Why Sydney Braverman Chose Capital

February 16, 2021

Sydney Braverman, L’22, attended Capital University for her undergraduate years, obtaining a degree in psychology and a minor in business management.

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Meet Professor & Staff Attorney, Jennifer Goldson

March 1, 2021

Professor Jennifer Goldson is the Senior Staff Attorney and Clinic Supervisor at the Family and Youth Law Center (FYLaw) at Capital University Law School. In her role at FYLaw, she supervises the operations of FYLaw's Family and Youth Advocacy Clinic, which assists with legal issues confronting youth ages 16-24 who have been involved with the child welfare or juvenile justice system.

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Why Ryan Wallace Chose Capital

February 22, 2021

Ryan Wallace, L'21, has always had a dream of helping others and having a positive impact on his community. Becoming a lawyer is his pathway to fulfilling that dream.

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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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