3L student Jack Styskal and the Alona Cortese Elder Law Center achieved a great result on behalf of a client during the week of January 28. The center’s client obtained a conservatorship over her adult, developmentally challenged daughter, allowing the client to determine medical care and housing arrangements for her daughter. Jack prepared the conservatorship petition, worked with the probate notes to resolve any problems, and appeared on behalf of the client at the hearing at which the court granted the conservatorship.
When the annual State & Local Government Works-in-Progress Conference returns to the Fowler School of Law for its 10th anniversary this academic year, it will be made possible thanks to the conference’s co-founder, Kenneth Stahl, 2021 Kennedy Professor of Law and director of the law school’s Environmental, Land Use, and Real Estate Law certificate program.
By all appearances, Michael Romero (JD ‘21) seems to have a bright future ahead of him. He just earned his JD from Chapman University’s Fowler School of Law. He recently got engaged to and moved in with his longtime girlfriend, who herself just graduated from optometry school. He completed an internship with Deloitte and has