On May 23, “RealClearPolitics” interviewed Dean Tom Campbell about Corporate Social Responsibility. Dean Campbell defined CSR for “RealClearPolitics” as a corporation’s sense of obligation “to do something more than to simply make a financial profit.” He went on to state that “most often that something more involves a good environmental record, or something good for the labor conditions of the communities where their product is made or their service is provided.” Listen to Dean Campbell discuss CSR, including his reflections about what has made him happiest in his life, here.
Hon. Michele Mathis (JD ‘07) has spent most of her legal career as a public defender, but she says that she has “always been able to see both sides of the argument.” That’s a skill that should suit her well in her newest role—Mathis was appointed by Gov. Gavin Newsom to the Riverside Superior Court
From international law firms and corporate legal departments to nonprofits and the public sector, multiple generations of Chapman University Fowler School of Law graduates can be found flourishing together across the legal industry, thanks to the extensive reach of the Orange County law school’s alumni network.