« on: April 28, 2005, 03:43:43 PM »
Here's what I say: Capital's biggest strength is their location. If you do well(top 10) you will get a great job. If you do pretty well you will get a decent job. After that you might as well be a lobbyist or a sole practitioner. This could be said about any school in Ohio besides OSU. The deal breaker for me is the fact that Capital took so long to get back to me, and when I asked why they were very rude. Even though I got a full ride from Akron, Toledo, and Arkansas, I was still leaning towards Capital. But their unprofessionalism was ridiculous. When I would email Toledo, they would get back to me within the hour. The dean from each of the other schools even called to let me know I was accepted. I have another brother that currently goes there and he said they completely screwed up everyone's scheduling this year. That place needs some work. I'm not bashing it, Columbus is a fun place to live, and Capital has produced some great lawyers, but this new dean needs to clean the place up.