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My Decision Deering TN

Why Pat Deering Chose Capital

February 12, 2019

For a long time, law school seemed like a pipe dream to Pat Deering, L’21.

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My Decision Rogers TN

Why Derein Rogers Chose Capital

February 5, 2019

In real estate, there’s a saying that the three things that matter most are: location, location, location. That also proved to be true for Derein Rogers, L’20, when she was trying to decide where to pursue her law degree.

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Classes Cancelled TN

University Classes and Activities Cancelled

January 30, 2019

Capital University Law School has cancelled classes and activities with a start time prior to 12:00 PM on Thursday, January 31, 2019. Offices will open and classes will resume at 12:00 PM.

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My Decision Wells TN

Why Vincent Wells Chose Capital

January 29, 2019

For Vincent Wells, L'21, law school was always the plan. After graduating from Lexington (Ohio) High School, he attended The Ohio State University, where he studied political science, with a concentration in American politics.

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Swenson TN

Prominent Author to Visit Capital Law

January 29, 2019

Award-winning Washington Post investigative journalist Kyle Swenson will visit the Law School on February 21, at noon, to discuss his new book, Good Kids, Bad City: A Story of Race and Wrongful Conviction in America. The book recounts the 1975 convictions of three Cleveland-area African-American men who endured the longest wrongful imprisonment in the United States to end in exoneration.

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My Decision Grace Gregori

Why Grace Gregori Chose Capital

January 22, 2019

When Grace Gregori, L ’19, began to think about law school, she wasn’t sure if her educational background in archaeology had properly prepared her for the legal world. Her first semester at Capital University Law School changed all that.

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CapLaw Building 100

Capital Law Offering Three New Courses in the Spring

November 20, 2018

This spring, CapLaw introduces three new courses for “practice-ready” law students.

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Wollenburg TN

CapLaw Represents: Kathryn L. Wollenburg, L’05, Creates Compromise Through Mediation

November 15, 2018

Kathryn L. (Kate) Wollenburg, L’05, became the Circuit Mediator for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in March. Prior to assuming this role, she served as the Mediation Director and Staff Counsel for the Union County Court of Common Pleas in Marysville, Ohio, for 12 years.

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Bazelon TN

Capital University Law School Presents the 40th Annual Sullivan Lecture Featuring Journalist Emily Bazelon, Addressing Mass Incarceration

November 9, 2018

Emily Bazelon, staff writer for the New York Times Magazine and senior research fellow at Yale Law School, will present a lecture on “Prosecutors and the New Movement to End Mass Incarceration” on Tuesday, November 13, 2018. Ms. Bazelon’s lecture will celebrate the 40th Jon E. Sullivan Lecture, sponsored by the Capital University Law Review. The event will be held at the Ohio Statehouse Atrium from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., with a reception to follow.

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Betty Montgomery TN

Betty Montgomery to Receive Esther H. Brocker Award

November 5, 2018

You might say Betty Montgomery is Ohio’s “woman of firsts”: first female auditor of state, first female attorney general, first female state senator from the Second District, first female prosecuting attorney for the City of Perrysburg, and first female Wood County prosecuting attorney. Because of these accomplishments – and many others – Capital University is proud to name her as the 2018 recipient of the Esther H. Brocker Award.

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