Chapman Law Review, a student-run, scholarly journal at Chapman University Fowler School of Law, is currently accepting submissions for its next volume, to be published in spring 2022. Submissions for Volume 25 of Chapman Law Review may be made through Scholastica or by email. Interested authors should also include a CV with their manuscript. All
Monique Hemli-Munoz (JD ’23) and Rachel McMains (JD ’23) have been named the recipients of the 2021 Rutan & Tucker Golden Quill award. Presented annually, the award recognizes “top briefs” for the plaintiff and the defendant in the Chapman University Fowler School of Law’s first-year Legal Research and Writing competition. Hemli-Munoz, representing the plaintiff, and
Chapman University Fowler School of Law’s Diversity and Social Justice Forum is pleased to invite article submissions for its 2021-2022 Volume V publication. The theme of this year’s publication is “Reviving Our Social Consciousness: Examining the Perpetual Inequities Faced by Minorities.” This past year, the pandemic has shed light on prevalent and pre-existing social inequities.
Chapman University Fowler School of Law Professor Janine Young Kim has been selected as the inaugural Wylie A. Aitken Professor of Law, Race, and Social Justice.
Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law was once again recently named one of preLaw Magazine‘s “Best Schools for Practical Training,” earning an “A+” grade and a ranking of 16th in the nation. In the same spring 2021 issue, preLaw also ranked Chapman as one of the country’s “Top Schools for Alternative Dispute Resolution
Building on already strong momentum, the Fowler School of Law at Chapman University saw one of the top gains in incoming class credentials among all U.S. law schools from 2016 to 2020, based on recently released national law school admissions data. Over the last four years, the Fowler School of Law’s incoming class saw a
This spring, the Hugh and Hazel Darling Law Library at Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law is proud to present a series of virtual book talks by law faculty, who will read from and discuss their recent publications. These free events will be hosted via Zoom from noon to 1 p.m. on their
Featuring some of the leading voices in their respective fields, the Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law’s signature Chapman Dialogue Series returns this spring in an online format. Presented via Zoom, these events are designed to engage the campus community and enrich the educational experience of Chapman law students. The complete dialogue schedule
Multiple teams from Chapman University’s Fowler School of Law competed November 13-15 in two remotely held lawyering skills competitions organized by the American Bar Association (ABA) Law Students Division, with several rising to the top of their respective contests. In the ABA Negotiation Competition, three Chapman Law teams competed—Jack McMenamin and Marissa Rodriguez; Lydia Etters
Sherry Leysen, who has been with the Chapman University Fowler School of Law since 2014, began a new role as Director of the Hugh and Hazel Darling Law Library and Assistant Professor of Law on August 10, taking over for the library’s long-serving director, Professor Linda Kawaguchi, following her retirement August 7. During her eight-year