Professor Eastman was quoted in an article published in the Quay County Sun. The article says that in a speech at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder decried new laws in South Carolina and Texas that require voters to present a state-issued ID at the polls. Despite concern that removing such ID requirements may serve as an invitation to voter fraud, it is Holder’s belief that “All eligible citizens can and should be automatically registered to vote” by the federal government. In response, Professor John Eastman stated, “It’s astounding to me that the attorney general of the United States would claim state voter ID requirements are unconstitutional”. Read more of what professor Eastman had to say.
This July, one hundred and sixteen Fowler School of Law graduates passed the California Bar Exam, posting a remarkable 81% successful pass rate for first-time bar-takers from the school. Placed in context, this achievement is nothing short of exceptional: Of the 7,500-plus bar-takers this July, 49% failed the exam; new graduates from Californian ABA-accredited schools saw
Chapman University’s Fowler School of Law would like to extend sincere thanks to all who attended the memorial event for Professor Nancy Schultz on Thursday, January 25th. The turnout for this special evening, both in-person and via Zoom, was truly overwhelming. Add to this the wonderful notes received by email, the personal testimonials, vignettes and