Professor David Dowling Spoke at World Mediation Summit in Spain

September 17, 2014 by | Faculty

In July 2014, Chapman University Fowler School of Law Professor David Dowling attended the World Mediation Summit in Madrid, Spain. The event was hosted by Mediation International and attended mostly by those in the World Mediation Organization. Professor Dowling attended the summit for the opportunity to learn from experts around the world about mediation and

Professor Binder Publishes “Looking Back to the Future: The Curmudgeon’s Guide to the Future of Environmental Law”

September 9, 2014 by | Faculty

Professor Denis Binder’s article “Looking Back to the Future: The Curmudgeon’s Guide to the Future of Environmental Law” was recently published in the Akron Law Review (Volume 46, Number 4, 2013). Excerpt from the abstract: “The enactment of NEPA on January 1, 1970 and the inaugural Earth Day on April 22, 1970 signaled an epochal change

Fowler Law Alumni Advisory Board Welcomes New Executive Board

August 29, 2014 by | General News

On Tuesday, August 19, 2014, the Fowler School of Law Alumni Advisory Board announced the new executive board members during their quarterly meeting. The 2014-2015 Alumni Advisory Board includes: Chair, Natasha Buchanan (JD ’09); Vice Chair, Kyndell Paine (JD ’10); Secretary, Atticus Wegman (JD ’10); University Alumni Board Liaison, Lauren Shaw (JD ’13); and Alumni

Professor Badrinarayana Publishes “Trading Up Kyoto: A Proposal to Amend the Protocol”

August 25, 2014 by | Faculty

Professor Deepa Badrinarayana’s article “Trading up Kyoto: A Proposal to Amend the Protocol” was published in the Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review (Volume 41, Number 1, pp. 1-61, 2014). Excerpt from the abstract: “This is the first of two Articles that analyze the dynamic and complex relation between international trade law and the Kyoto Protocol.

Fowler School of Law Welcomes the Class of 2017!

August 22, 2014 by | General News

During two days of orientation on August 13-14, the Fowler School of Law welcomed the incoming Class of 2017. After informative presentations, mock classes and networking with fellow classmates, faculty and administrators, the students wrapped up orientation excited to get started. There were several opening remarks on the first day of orientation including, Orange County

Fowler Law Dean Kochan Publishes “The ‘Reason-Giving’ Lawyer: An Ethical, Practical, and Pedagogical Perspective”

August 21, 2014 by | Faculty

Associate Dean Donald Kochan’s article “The ‘Reason-Giving’ Lawyer: An Ethical, Practical, and Pedagogical Perspective” was recently published in The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics (Volume XXVI, Number 2, Spring 2013). Excerpt from the abstract: “Whether as a matter of duty, ethics, or utility, lawyers give reasons for their actions all the time. In the various