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Bette and Wylie Aitken Family Violence Clinic Students Obtain Immigration Status for a Survivor of Domestic Violence

April 7, 2014 by Fowler School of Law | General News

Two students, Jacqueline Gonzalez Valle (JD ’14) and Madiha Shahabuddin (JD ’15), in the Bette and Wylie Aitken Family Violence Clinic successfully obtained immigration status for a survivor of domestic violence. The client was brought to this country as a small child and suffered years of physical and emotional abuse by her United States Citizen
Family Violence Clinic staff

Rosie Anaya’s Work in The Aitken Family Violence Clinic at Chapman is Recognized by the OCFJC Foundation

October 15, 2013 by | General News

At the Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation Anniversary Luncheon on October 3, Chapman’s Rosie Anaya was recognized for her work helping survivors of domestic violence through the Bette and Wylie Aitken Family Violence Clinic. Rosie began working at the Aitken Family Violence Clinic at Chapman University in 2008, and she has since served as
Chapman Law students at the Riverside County Probation Department of Juvenile Hall

Chapman Law Introduces First Peer Mediation Clinic as Part of Juvenile Mediation Clinic

May 7, 2013 by Janna Parris | General News

Chapman Law is pleased to announce the creation of the Juvenile Mediation Clinic, a new addition to the school’s wide array of Clinic options for students looking to gain practical experience outside of class. The program arose out of the Mediation Clinic’s existing relationship with the Riverside Superior Court’s Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Director, Barrie
Amanda Singer, 3L

3L Amanda Singer’s Work in Chapman’s Mediation Clinic Helps her Land Competitive Mediation Position

January 31, 2013 by | General News

Mediation jobs usually come after at least a decade of experience, but for Chapman 3L Amanda Singer, her mediation job will start immediately following graduation and the Bar Exam. Through her self-determination and the help of Chapman’s Mediation Clinic, ADR Board, and two negotiation competitions, Amanda has already secured post-graduation employment in mediation. In addition
Wells Fargo visits The Bette and Wylie Aitken Family Violence Clinic

The Bette and Wylie Aitken Family Violence Clinic Receives a Generous Donation from Wells Fargo

August 7, 2012 by | General News

John Evans, Wells Fargo Private Bank regional managing director, and Greg Goodrich (’99), Wells Fargo Private Bank senior financial advisor and Chapman Law alumnus, toured the Bette and Wylie Aitken Family Violence Clinic at Chapman University School of Law on July 10, 2012 with professors Marisa Cianciarulo, Wendy Seiden, and Neda Sargordan. During the tour,

Chapman Law Film Clinic Movie Selected for LA Film Festival

May 23, 2012 by | General News

The Chapman Law Working With Filmmakers Clinic students worked last fall on the film “Dead Man’s Burden,” which has been selected for the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival.   “Dead Man’s Burden” is a Western, set in the aftermath of the Civil War, and tells the story of  siblings who are reunited, but torn between their

Chapman Film Clinic’s Work Premieres

April 24, 2012 by | Student Life

Students enrolled in the Chapman Law Working With Filmmakers Clinic did the legal work on a feature film entitled “Mamitas.”   The filmmakers are graduates of Chapman’s Dodge College, and based this film on the short film they did while students at Dodge.   Watch the trailer here.  Find a movie theater here.  
Chapman 3L Wyladyslaw (‘OZ) Czerski and Chapman grads Antigone Davovlas and Christopher R. Navarro on the red carpet with the film's producer and an actress.

Chapman Entertainment Law Clinic Success Stories

March 19, 2012 by | General News

KTLA news interviewed radio personality Big Boy, who is also the executive producer and an actor in the film, “Exit Strategy.”   The interview included a clip from the film containing a scene which takes place at the 106 radio station.  A Chapman Working With Filmmakers Clinic student was at the radio station to assist

Chapman’s Mediation Clinic to Participate in New Superior Court Program

November 10, 2011 by | General News

The Riverside County Superior Court recently announced a new monthly program aimed to “reduce the court’s civic case backlog and increase access to justice for civil litigants everywhere.” The program, called “PJ Settlement Day”, acts as a “last chance” day-of-trial mediation program in which Presiding Judge Sherrill Ellsworth will help settle civil cases before they