Ohio-based Attorney Emmanuel Olawale has joined the Capital University Law School Board of Counselors, Columbus, Ohio.
“I am honored to join the Capital University Law School Board of Counselors,’ Attorney Emmaneul Olawale announced on his social media feed.
“I look forward to contributing to the institution’s growth and improving diversity of its student population.”
The Board of Counselors is comprised of alumni and non-alumni representatives invited by the Dean to serve as advisers on policy matters. It is a diverse group, representing the broad reach of the Law School: solo practitioners, law firms, corporations, and government and public interest law settings.
Established in 1998, the Board was convened to assist in the development of a strategic plan for Capital University Law School, and once developed, to monitor its implementation. Additionally, the Board provides continuous, independent input from important constituencies, reflecting on such matters as the caliber of graduates, the academic program, and faculty and administration relations with the larger community, among other issues.
The mission of the Law School’s Board of Counselors is to serve the school as a connection to the community, as a trusted adviser to the dean, and as an enthusiastic advocate for the school, its students and its worthiness for support.
Emmanuel O. Olawale is a trial attorney and founder of The Olawale Law Firm, LLC, based in Westerville, Ohio. Not only is Olawale active in practicing law in Westerville, he is also very active in the Westerville community. He has provided pro bono work and has offered free legal counsel to individuals and the community. He has also organized back-to-school supply drives to help students from low-income households.
His practice areas include immigration law and personal injury law. Emmanuel Olawale and his team are renowned for their success in the field of immigration law, helping clients obtain their green cards and walking them through the naturalization and citizenship process. Olawale has worked with clients from almost every continent on their immigration law issues such as employment authorizations, asylum, deportation defense and all types of visas. (Photo credit: Ross Van Pelt – RVP Photography)
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