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Professor Brown Calls LaRose Decision ‘Partisan’ Politics

October 25, 2022

Constitutional Law Professor Mark R. Brown says Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s decision to ban Democrat Tanya Conrath from the November ballot goes against a principle that “Election laws should be construed liberally to allow the people to vote.”

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Capital Law SBA Celebrates Homecoming Weekend

September 30, 2022

Capital Law SBA Celebrates Homecoming Weekend

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Dean Valencia Welcomes New Faculty to Law School Community

September 23, 2022

The Law School is very excited to welcome our four new members to the Law School faculty this semester. A very brief overview of their impressive accomplishments and successes is below. If you have not yet met them or had them in class, please introduce yourselves.

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Ohio Innocence Tour

September 23, 2022

What if you were sentenced to death for a crime you didn’t commit? Join us for a statewide tour featuring the voices of men and women who spent years — sometimes decades — on death row, for crimes they didn’t commit. The Ohio Innocence Tour will be at Capital University Law School on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at 7:00 PM in the Law Library.

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Time to Change ‘Antiquated’ Election Law Says Professor Brown

September 23, 2022

Constitutional Law Professor Mark R. Brown cites “political gamesmanship” in the removal of an independent candidate from Ohio’s ballot.

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Professor Smith Says Congresswoman’s Housing Deal Raises Questions

September 23, 2022

Professor Smith Says Congresswoman’s Housing Deal Raises Questions

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‘Life-changing’ Education Spurs M/I Homes Gift for DEI Professorship

August 24, 2022

To show his appreciation for his education, Bobby says, “I wanted to do something significant for Capital University.” He had discussions with Dean Reynaldo Anaya Valencia to talk about what would be most helpful and meaningful to the school. Together, they developed the idea of creating The M/I Homes Foundation Visiting Professor of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The criteria for the appointment include a focus on race, racism, social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and a willingness to collaborate with faculty to help infuse DEI issues throughout the Law School and curriculum.

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Ferriell Appointed to ULC's UCC Committee

August 22, 2022

This summer, Capital University Law School Prof. Jeff Ferriell was appointed by the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) to the ULC’s Uniform Commercial Code Committee.

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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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