Other concentrations at Capital Law include governmental affairs, labor and employment law, and environmental law. There are seven other graduate degrees JD students can complete concurrently, such as an LLM in taxation or business law and a JD/MBA. The first-year curriculum consists of typical, theoretical classes followed by practical skills-oriented upper-level courses.
Employment prospects for Capital Law students are good in Ohio, though jobs in Columbus are competitive due to an annual influx of neighboring law school graduates. The law school is separate from Capital's main campus, and students live off campus around the Columbus metropolitan area. Most social activities are not school-based, as is the case with many urban campuses.