Chapman University School of Law has been named one of ten finalists for the 2012 Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) Diversity Matters Award. The award is given to schools that are seriously committed to diversity, and demonstrate their commitment by designing programming for high school students and college students from racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in law school and the legal profession. Chapman Law was honored last year at the the third place winner.
In a likely first for an alumnus of the Fowler School of Law, Bryan F. Clavecilla (JD ’07) was appointed to serve as a judge in the Orange County Superior Court by Governor Gavin Newsom on January 29, 2024–filling the vacancy left by Judge Linda Marks’ retirement. Previously Clavecilla served as a Commissioner for the
As Fowler School of Law Dean Paul Paton noted during his welcoming remarks, you don’t often hear the words “Law Symposium” and “Sold Out” in the same sentence. The 2024 Chapman Law Review was hosted in a packed-to-capacity Kennedy Hall and treated guests to a dazzling array of legal scholarship, experience and insight. Academics, practitioners