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.
When Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law alumnus Christopher Navarro (LL.M. ’11) began law school in North Carolina, he had no idea that entertainment law was a field of choice. He only knew that his passion for music would get him into the music industry. So when he learned about Chapman University Dale
When Bradley Schoenleben (JD ’07) envisioned his career with the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, he knew he would be helping victims of crime, but he couldn’t have imagined the way that role would evolve. Since 2013, Schoenleben has worked as a Deputy DA in the office’s Human Exploitation and Trafficking (HEAT) Unit, which targets
After compiling research on criminal prosecutions following non-terrorist disasters and tragedies, Fowler School of Law Professor Denis Binder decided to create a new website, www.denisbinder.com, to share his research with others. His interest in creating the site developed from his extensive career working in the area of dam failures. Launched in the fall of 2016,
This month, Chapman University Fowler School of Law students in the Bette and Wylie Aitken Family Protection Clinic, along with Professor Julie Marzouk, conducted a legal training for more than 60 professionals to explain the means by which immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking can obtain lawful immigration status. The audience