The Los Angeles Times published Dean Tom Campbell’s op-ed, “Budget Like It’s 1995,” in which Dean Campbell advised Republicans in Congress to remember the lessons of the Gingrich House and compromise. In the opinion piece, Dean Campbell drew from his own experience in Congress. “Republican leaders in Congress do not want to harm the economic recovery,” wrote Dean Campbell. “They must also understand that shutting down the government would be suicidal for their party. It would be the GOP misstep Obama needs to rekindle his chance at reelection.” Read Dean Campbell’s opinion piece, as well as his thoughtful response to a reader’s reply.
This fall, the Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University will welcome a new member to its distinguished teaching faculty. James C. Phillips, currently a fellow at Stanford Law School’s Constitutional Law Center, will begin teaching at Chapman at the start of the 2020-2021 academic year. “What is most appealing about coming to
Chapman University Fowler School of Law alumna Katie Rodin ’01 (JD ‘05) received the “Sports Counsel of the Year” award from the Association of Media and Entertainment Counsel at its 2020 Counsel of the Year Awards. Rodin is vice president and general counsel for the Anaheim Ducks, where she oversees all legal activities not just