Amy Mejia (JD ‘11) turned her externship with the Alliance for Children’s Rights and her passion for children’s rights into a career opportunity. “The hiring attorneys were familiar with my work and knew that I would be a good fit for the organization,” she said. Mejia currently works as a staff attorney at the Alliance within the
Leslie Seibert (3L) proves that even in a tough economy, hard work still prevails. In the summer after her first year of law school at Chapman, she externed with The Honorable Theodor C. Albert at the United States Bankruptcy Court. During this externship, Leslie got to know his law clerk, who became a great mentor.
At a Judicial Externship Workshop on October 1 held by Professor Carolyn Larmore, students who completed externships last year shared their experiences with fellow law students. An externship is an opportunity to earn academic credit while working for a government agency, a judge, a public interest organization, a corporate or entertainment in-house legal department, or
Some externships lead to great real-world experience and networking opportunities, some lead to a permanent job, and others lead to…the Supreme Court? Alumna Samantha Jones (’15) earned a position with FEM Law Group After a successful experience in an On-Campus Interview session during her second year at Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law.
Twelve Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law students gained hands-on business law experience on Friday, April 24 during a pro bono small business clinic hosted on the Fowler Law campus and organized by The Public Law Center, the Association of Corporate Counsel and the local firm of Snell & Wilmer. The event included
Are you an alumni? Have you recently changed firms, been promoted, published or made partner and would like to be featured in the next online edition of Alumni Highlights? Submit a class note! Richard E. Quintilone II (JD ’98) and Alis M. Rabet (JD ’13) of Quintilone & Associates succeeded in obtaining a $2.5 million judgment in
In our video, The First Year Law Experience – Fowler School of Law, our professors highlight the first year experience at Fowler School of Law and explain what sets us apart. Our curriculum provides a rigorous mix of bar tested doctrine and practical skills programs designed to prepare students for long-term success in a collaborative
The Princeton Review’s 2015 Edition of “Best 169 Law Schools” has listed Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law #3 in the Best Quality of Life category. Our #3 ranking is a move up from last year’s #9 position, and marks the 11th straight year that the law school has been ranked in the top
Students at Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law study in hopes that they might receive awards for the highest grade in their respective classes. But it is safe to assume Ali Bollbach (JD ’14) did not anticipate the Honorable Theodor Albert, Federal Bankruptcy Court Judge and Fowler Bankruptcy Law Professor, nominating her for
The National Jurist, a magazine and online source of information for pre-law and law students, included Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law in the “Top 60 Law Schools in the Country for Practical Training.” The magazine ranked the top 21 schools by grade and grouped the remaining schools alphabetically by grade. Chapman’s Fowler