Professor Rotunda contributed a piece to the Washington Times entitled, “Kagan must recuse from Obamacare case – Legal ethics guru finds cause to doubt her independence.” In the article, Professor Rotunda asserts that “The government (after much prodding) has released emails that raise serious questions whether [Justice Kagan] in fact, expressed any opinion regarding the constitutionality of Obamacare” and states that, “Even if she did not give her opinion, the email chains suggest that she was kept in the loop and ‘participated’ as an adviser, even if she kept her opinions to herself. Justice Kagan should recuse herself to avoid the appearance of impropriety.” Read more of what Professor Rotunda had to say. In addition, Professor Rotunda was quoted on this topic in an article for MedPage Today. Read the extra coverage by following this link.
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
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