On Monday, December 9, 2013, the Fowler School of Law, U.S. Department of Commerce, and China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) will co-host the 18th Annual U.S.-China Legal Exchange. This exchange will be an opportunity for Chinese trade officials to weigh in on new developments in China’s commercial legal and regulatory landscape. China’s Assistant Minister of
Last weekend, two teams from Chapman’s Fowler School of Law competed and succeeded in an international mediation competition in Kiev, Ukraine. The school sent the team of Clay O’Neal (J.D. ’14), Andrew Mase (J.D. ’14), and Tami Carson (J.D. ’14) , and Paul Deese (J.D. ‘14), Stepehen Tanizaki (J.D. ’14), and Catherine Conroy (J.D. ’14).
Professor Ronald Rotunda recently visited the Federal University of Brazil to give a speech on The Right of Dissent When the Nation is at War. The university is the largest in Brazil and boasts its own Center of Legal & Economic Sciences as well as its reputation for exemplary teaching and research. Justice (“Minister” in
When I was a BYU student, there was a lot to miss about my home in Orange County. I missed surfing at Huntington Beach, going to Angels baseball games, and enjoying 70 degree weather year-round. Fortunately, attending law school at the Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University brought me back home. While
Two weeks ago, the Fowler School of Law hosted a regional round of the ABA Arbitration Competition including teams from Texas, Iowa and California. Two teams represented the Fowler School of Law: Jon Cayton (J.D. ’14), Paul Deese (J.D. ‘14), Clay O’Neal (J.D. ’14), and Stephen Tanizaki (J.D. ‘14), and Ali Bushra (J.D. ’14), Seamus
For the third consecutive year, the Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law first time bar takers have exceeded the California ABA school pass rate on the July 2013 California Bar Examination, passing at a 77% rate. The California ABA school pass rate was 76%. The out of state ABA school pass rate was
Dean Jayne Kacer, in her role as Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Administration and “mother hen” at the law school, has spent years counseling students—sometimes with “tough love,” but always with a smile and a big bowl of candy. Her attentiveness and guidance over the years has brought a sense of ease to the
In collaboration with the Destination: Africa program at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, Chapman University’s Fowler School of Law students Stephanie Lincoln (’14) and Juliana Madden (’15) were selected to help with legal research and post-production work for 13 documentary film students. In June, the students finalized documentaries about non-governmental organizations in Uganda.
Each year, Chapman’s Fowler School of Law recognizes the contributions of one outstanding alumni. The criteria for the Alumni of the Year includes: distinguished service to the profession of law, contributions to the mission of the law school and volunteer work in the community. This year we are proud to announce that Richard Green (’98)
This past weekend, Chapman’s Fowler School of Law competed in the Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition in Kansas City, Missouri. Dallis Pflueger-Cavallaro (J.D. ’14) and Jaryn Saritzky (J.D. ’14) reached the quarterfinal round after finishing in third place in the preliminaries, but lost in a very close quarterfinal with UC Hastings. Saritzky became the first