Rhiannon Herbert
(Graduate Student)

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Capital University Law School

Law Review, Executive Articles Editor

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About Me

I'm Rhiannon Herbert, a law student at Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio, and the Executive Articles Editor for the Capital University Law Review, Volume 47. I currently work at Equitas Health, where I coordinate free legal clinics throughout Ohio targeting LGBT clients in need of legal assistance. I have also worked as a law clerk at a mid-size civil defense firm, and I frequently volunteer my time with brief advice legal clinics run by the Legal Aid Society of Columbus. 

In my role on the Capital University Law Review, I am surrounded by a professional and well-rounded staff, associate board, and executive board. Our Law Review is led by Avery Moore, Editor in Chief, and Tyler Hall, Managing Editor. 

If you would like to submit a manuscript to us for consideration, you may do so through the Scholastica website or by submitting to us directly at lawreview@law.capital.edu. Please attach to your email the following items:
  1. a copy of your resume, 
  2. a cover letter, and 
  3. the manuscript. 
If you have published with our Law Review in the past, please let us know that information as well. 

Our school is located at 303 E. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215. We can be reached via email at lawreview@law.capital.edu. 


  • Rhiannon Herbert, “More Isn't Better: Overtraining as a Cause of Action for Coach Negligence,” Capital University Law Review , 2019.

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