• Doug Althauser, L’08, has come back to Capital University Law School to serve as executive director of the Family and Youth Law Center (“FYLaw”). Althauser brings extensive experience as both a counselor and an attorney to his new role.

  • The competition attracts teams from law schools across the country and engages numerous attorneys, judges, and magistrates to serve as volunteer judges for briefs and oral arguments.

  • The Columbus Area Mentoring Program (CAMP) is designed to fill the need for consistent mentorships for local young adults who have aged out of foster care to help them transition to safe, supported, and healthy adult lives.

  • Every day, Ohio juvenile court judges make difficult decisions in cases involving child abuse, neglect, or dependency. Their decisions impact children’s safety and well-being and the integrity of families involved in the child welfare system.

  • FYLaw operates solely through funding from private grants, individual donations and programming income. Your tax-deductible contribution, no matter what size, will help to support our groundbreaking work on behalf of children and families.