Members of the military who lost homes to foreclosure while deployed. A grandmother confined to the bedroom of her own house by a drug-using relative. A veteran ravaged by post-traumatic stress syndrome denied benefits after receiving a dishonorable discharge. These are some of the sorts of cases handled pro bono, or free of charge, for
As promised in the October print issue of Neighbor to Neighbor, here’s a story about one of the Chapman University alumni who got their start at the Dale E. Fowler School of Law. At 49, Jordana Furman (J.D. ’13) was not a typical student when she entered the Fowler School of Law at Chapman University.