The Chapman University Fowler School of Law faculty Committee on Teaching Effectiveness and Scholarship (COTES) recently hosted two events to celebrate the publication of new books by three members of the Fowler Law faculty.

On November 20, 2014, the faculty members gathered to celebrate
Professor Michael Bazyler
and his new book
Forgotten Trials of the Holocaust
(NYU Press 2014) co-authored with Frank M. Tuerkheimer.
See more of Professor Bazyler’s writings.


Fowler Law faculty (from left to right): Dr. Deepa Badrinarayana; Donald J. Kochan, Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development; Michael Bazyler; Ernesto A. Hernandez; Dean Tom Campbell; Daniel Bogart, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Lawrence E. Rosenthal; Ronald D. Rotunda; and Linda Kawaguchi, Director of the Law Library.

On November 25, 2014, the faculty gathered to celebrate
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Daniel Bogart
Professor Henry S. Noyes
. Dean Bogart wrote
Property Law: Practice, Problems, and Perspectives
(Aspen 2014) with Jerry L. Anderson. This book also has a simulation series available, entitled “
Property in Practice
See more of Dean Bogart’s writings
. Professor Noyes wrote
The Law of Direct Democracy
(Carolina Academic Press 2014).
See more of Professor Noyes’ writings


Daniel Bogart, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Henry S. Noyes, Professor of Law.

COTES is an internal faculty committee created to facilitate discussions on methods for improving teaching and exploring innovative teaching methodologies. Additionally, COTES works with faculty on the development of their scholarship at every stage, including holding faculty workshops to discuss and improve scholarly works-in-progress. The current COTES Chair is
Professor Ernesto A. Hernandez

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publications by Fowler Law faculty