Voice of America quoted Professor John Hall in an article entitled, “Concern Mounts Over Credibility of the Court.” The article covered the recent resignation from the UN-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal of one of its investigation judges, Siegfried Blunk. Professor Hall explained to Voice of America how he saw the resignation as an opportunity for the Court to regain some credibility. “If those investigations are carried out by the co-investigating judges in a transparent, honest, and thorough fashion, that will do much to restore credibility of the ECCC,” said Professor Hall. “If the co-investigating judges simply sit on their hands and fail to carry out adequate investigations, then I think there it is a strong reason for the entire legitimacy of the tribunal to be called into question.” Read more from Professor Hall in the Voice of America article.
According to rankings recently released by the Princeton Review, Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law is among the best in the United States. The New York-based education company featured Chapman in its 2020 “Best Law Schools,” where the law school not only ranks 82nd overall, but also in the Top 50 for the
Building on already unprecedented momentum, Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law rose 21 spots in the annual U.S. News & World Report “Best Law Schools” Rankings, to 111—the largest increase of all California law schools this year, and of all U.S. law schools the last two years. “External recognition like this reinforces the