Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law Professor Bobby Dexter’s article “The Hate Exclusion: Moral Tax Equity for Damages Received on Account of Race, Sex, or Sexual Orientation Discrimination” was published in Volume 13, Issue 2 of the Pittsburgh Tax Review. From the abstract: Scholars on both sides of the reparations literature divide commonly
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law students Brianna Ruiz (JD ‘18) and Grace Nguyen (JD ‘18) took home the first place title last weekend at the annual Juvenile Law Moot Court Competition in Costa Mesa, California. Nguyen was also recognized as second-place oral advocate and Ruiz was recognized as the 10th-place oral advocate in preliminary rounds.
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law Professor Hugh Hewitt’s newest book The Fourth Way: The Conservative Playbook for a Lasting GOP Majority was recently published by Simon & Schuster publishing. From the publisher’s description: “From ‘the nearly professorial power-baron of conservative media’ (Bloomberg), a handbook for how a united GOP government can solve
The spring competition season officially began for Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law’s competition boards last week at the National Professional Football Negotiation Competition in New Orleans, Louisiana. Two teams from Chapman – Scott Liebert (’17) and Spencer Shain (’18), and Jeffrey Farano (’17) and Weston O’Connor (’17) – were among the 29
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law alumna Suzanne Fidler (’05) published “The Opioid Epidemic” in the January edition of Riverside Lawyer Magazine. The article details the risk of patient misuse of opioid pain medication and the guidelines, regulation, and education resources available to medical professionals designed to reduce patient overdose and addiction. From
As a JD/MFA student at Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, Matthew Spikes (’14) never imagined he would find himself spending hours researching the financial and environmental impact of space trash. However, after two years as a legislative correspondent for a United States senator in Washington, D.C., very few research assignments surprise him
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law’s faculty made a strong showing this month at the Association of American Law School’s (AALS) annual meeting in San Francisco. The meeting brought together thousands of law faculty, deans, other legal scholars, and administrators to discuss critical legal issues and further the organization’s mission to uphold and
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law alumna Whitney Stefko (’12) was recognized this month by Engineering News-Record California as a “Top Young Professional” for 2017. The weekly engineering and construction industry magazine honors a select number of professionals annually for the list, formerly called the “Top 20 Under 40,” based on reader nominations.
The average January low temperature in Lincoln, Nebraska is 14 degrees Fahrenheit, but Shirley Peng (’09) would assure you that you quickly get used to the cold. Since graduating from Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law in 2009, the Southern California native has been working as an attorney with Legal Aid of Nebraska.
Earlier this month, Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law alumnus Daniel J. Lee (’10) became a partner at Ross Wersching & Wolcott LLP, a Costa Mesa law firm specializing in business, real estate, and litigation matters. At the firm, Lee has successfully prosecuted and defended a myriad of civil actions for clients that