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Capital / Re: Anyone accepted for Fall 2005
« on: March 28, 2005, 10:02:47 AM »
Thanks for the ideas on places to live.  I just read an article last week from a business journal in Columbus and it ranked the top 70 lawyers in Colubmus based on peer evalutations.  Capital graduates had 31 of the 70, pretty impressive.

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Capital / Re: Anyone accepted for Fall 2005
« on: March 24, 2005, 10:02:09 PM »
I just mailed my seat deposit in the other day.  I also went to the Admited Students Day.  The school was a lot bigger than I thought.  From the outside it seemde small, but once you start walking around you realize how big it is.  Everyone seemed laid back and current students told us it was not cut-throat at all.  They said  in every class you got the people that are going for the A's, but you also have the people that are satisfied just getting B's and still maintaing a life.  I got a chance to have lunch with the Dean and he seems like a good guy.  He has been trying to raise a bunch of money from the alumni and I think he will really turn things around.  If anybody tries to give you crap about how tough it will be getting a job with Ohio State in the same city, just check out some of the firms in Columbus and see how many Capital grads are partners, you'll be surprised.

Anybody know of any good places to live, I'm moving from NC so I really don't know where the best places are around the school.

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Capital / Anybody going to the Admited Students Day (March 12)
« on: March 05, 2005, 11:53:19 AM »
Anyone?

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Capital / Re: Anyone accepted for Fall 2005
« on: February 27, 2005, 08:50:45 AM »
I've been accepted and will be headed there next fall.  I've talked to a lot of lawyers in the Columbus area and all have a lot of respect for capital.  I do know that they just recently hired a new Dean and they brought him in for one reason, to raise the bar passage rate up from 64%.  The word is that they are really going to be weeding out people in first year classes,.

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