Dean Tom Campbell has published an article entitled, “What is Going on with Our Economy?” In the article, Dean Campbell argues that the financial crisis was caused by two factors. The first “had its origin in the easy money policy of the Federal Reserve, during the administrations of both President Clinton and President Bush”; the second was the influence of federal government, under both parties, and through both Congress and the President, to increase home ownership regardless of whether individuals were financially capable of carrying the mortgage. In addition, Dean Campbell considers two possible solutions for the problem, including an overlooked alternative that involved restoring the Glass-Steagall protections against federally insured commercial banks being affiliated with investment banks. Read Dean Campbell’s article in full.
Robbie Munoz (JD ’20) was an amateur boxer training to qualify for the U.S. Olympic boxing team trials in 2008 when he suffered a knee injury. He underwent what should have been a standard procedure to repair it, but the surgeon ended up operating on the wrong knee. The resulting damage meant Munoz’s budding athletic
The Chapman University community suffered a major loss on June 28 when Fowler School of Law Professor Michael Lang passed away due to complications from a recent stroke. A faculty member since 2002, Professor Lang was the founding director of the law school’s Tax LL.M. program and taught such courses as Federal Income Taxation, Ethics