3 Fowler Law Students Will Travel to Laos for Summer Documentary Film Program

January 28, 2015 by | Uncategorized

Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law students Anna Caludac (JD ’16), Ryan Deegan (JD ’16) and Neushi Ghaedi (JD ’16) have been selected to participate in the Chapman University International Documentary Scholarship Program that will take place in Laos during the summer of 2015. The Chapman University International Documentary Scholarship Program is a

Professor Ernst Publishes “Patent Exhaustion for the Exhausted Defendant: Should Parties Be Able to Contract Around Exhaustion in Settling Patent Litigation?”

January 21, 2015 by | Faculty

Professor Samuel Ernst’s article “Patent Exhaustion for the Exhausted Defendant: Should Parties Be Able to Contract Around Exhaustion in Settling Patent Litigation?” was recently published in University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy (Volume 2014, Issue 2, 2014). Excerpt from the abstract: “The first sale doctrine provides that when a patent holder unconditionally

A Brief Note about My Return Trip to Ghana

January 16, 2015 by Dean Tom Campbell | Faculty

Chapman University permits me to continue my teaching in Africa, which I have been able to do every other year for the last fourteen years. I have taught at the School of Banking and Finance in Rwanda, the Kigali Institute of Science and Technology in Rwanda, the University of Asmara in Eritrea (twice), and Ashesi

Top 10 List: How to Survive the 1L Year of Law School

January 14, 2015 by Jennifer Tran | Student Blog

Written by Jennifer Tran, third year student at Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law New law students often wonder if it’s possible to survive this thing called the 1L year of law school. Be assured, most will survive. As a current 3L student at Chapman University’s Fowler School of Law, I realize now that

Alumni Highlights – January 2015

January 13, 2015 by | Alumni

Are you an alumni? Have you recently changed firms, been promoted, published or made partner and would like to be featured in the next online edition of Alumni Highlights? Submit a class note! Richard E. Quintilone II (JD ’98) and Alis M. Rabet (JD ’13) of Quintilone & Associates succeeded in obtaining a $2.5 million judgment in

How My Summer Internship in Cambodia Challenged My Character

January 8, 2015 by Chanel Kim | Student Blog

Working with Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia this past summer has been a great learning experience. I always had a passion to fight human trafficking, but felt like I couldn’t offer much to help. However, my coworkers during the two months in Cambodia changed my mindset and really challenged