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Capital Law School Faculty in the News

Mark Brown – Nov. 26, 2023
Colorado ruling does not bar Ohio form determining if Trump qualifies for its ballot. The sad reality is it’s unlikely to do so: Mark Brown (

Mark Brown – Nov. 13, 2023
Ohio bill allowing “unapproved” flags in HOA, condo communities called unconstitutional (ABC 6)

Robert Barnhart – Nov. 13, 2023
Upper Arlington teacher charged with raping student offered 'lenient' plea, accuser says (Columbus Dispatch)

Dan Kobil – Nov. 13, 2023
After Affirmative Action – How Will the SCOTUS Decision Affect the Legal Profession? (Ohio Lawyer)

Dan Kobil – Nov. 9, 2023
Supreme Court weighs gun rights, civil protection orders (

Dan Kobil – Nov. 8, 2023
Legal experts weigh in on projected passage of Ohio’s abortion issue (WFMJ)

Dan Kobil – Nov. 8, 2023
What Issue 1’s passage means for the future of abortion in Ohio (

Dan Kobil – Nov. 8, 2023
Ohio’s abortion referendum could test Republican messaging for 2024 (ABC News)

Dan Kobil – Nov. 5, 2023
Ohio Could Reset the Abortion Debate (Newsweek)

Dan Kobil – Oct. 31, 2023
What Happens if Issue 1 Passes, Fails (All Sides, WOSU)

Dan Kobil – Oct. 26, 2023
DeWine on Opposition to Issue 1 (The State of Ohio Show, 

Dan Kobil – Oct. 23, 2023 
This procedure is banned in the US. Why is it a hot topic in fight over Ohio’s abortion amendment? (Associated Press) 

Dan Kobil – Oct. 20, 2023
Ohio Issue 1 Debate: Right to Make Reproductive Decisions Including Abortion Initiative (City Club of Cleveland)  

Dan Kobil – Oct. 17, 2023 
“Ohio voters will decide a constitutional amendment on abortion. Here’s what you need to know” (The Statehouse News Bureau)  

Mark Brown – Oct. 13, 2023
“Issue 1 says nothing about parental control and will not override parental rights: Mark R. Brown” (

Mark Brown – Oct. 12, 2023
“Trump and Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment: An Exploration of Consitutional Eligibility” (

Dan Kobil – Oct. 10, 2023 
Issue 1 opponents raise concerns over parental rights (All Sides, WOSU) 

Dan Kobil – Oct. 4, 2023 
Op Ed: What Ohio’s proposed abortion amendment really does ( 

Dan Kobil – Sept. 5, 2023
“Ohio votes on abortion rights this fall. Misinformation about the proposal is already spreading” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Dan Kobil Sept. 5, 2023
“Abortion rights: 5 legal questions courts may decide if proposed amendment passes” (

Dan Kobil – Aug. 31, 2023
“Political science professor breaks down study regarding ballot language” (Spectrum News 1)