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Professor Richard Redding Announces Psychology Text

July 12, 2023 by

Fowler School of Law Professor Richard Redding has announced his new textbook, co-edited with Craig L. Frisby, William T. O’Donohue, and Scott O. Lillenfeld, Ideological and Political Bias in Psychology, due to be published by Springer in August 2023. Early endorsements of the text include Harvard psychologist Steven Pinker, who asserts, “This book shows how

Avinash Gupta and Lauren Oliveri, named 2023 Rutan & Tucker Golden Quill winners

July 10, 2023 by

Chapman 1Ls Avinash Gupta (Plaintiff) and Lauren Oliveri (Defendant) were recently awarded the 2023 Rutan & Tucker Golden Quill award.  The annual Golden Quill contest recognizes the best briefs written by Chapman Law first-year students, drawing on their Legal Analysis, Writing and Research II courses. This year’s brief involved the following two issues: (1) Whether

ABA features Bazyler’s UMACT Initiative for Immigrant Heritage Month

July 8, 2023 by

The American Bar Association (ABA) recently featured Michael Bazyler’s Ukrainian Mothers and Children Transport Initiative (UMACT) along with a series of other immigrant stories commemorating National Immigrant Heritage Month. The volunteer work behind the UMACT initiative has been the subject of a recent, in-depth article in the ABA journal.

Professor Michael Bazyler to publish Ukraine War Law Handbook

July 7, 2023 by

Professor Michael Bazyler is due to publish The Ukraine War Law Handbook with co-authors Michael Bryant, Noëlle Quénivet, Ashot Agaian and Lydia Korostelova in late 2023 Carolina Academic Press. This is the first legal text on the Ukraine War and this e-book is divided into 5 parts: Part I: Ukrainian History, Law, and Politics; Part

Aguilar and Denbo named 2022 Rutan & Tucker Golden Quill Winners

June 21, 2022 by

Bri Denbo (JD ’24) and Sandra Aguilar (JD ’24) have been named the recipients of the 2022 Rutan & Tucker Golden Quill award. Presented annually, the award recognizes the top briefs written by first-year students at Chapman University Fowler School of Law in connection with their Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research II course. Denbo, representing

Denis Binder elected American Bar Foundation Fellow

April 5, 2022 by

Chapman University Fowler School of Law Professor Denis Binder was recently elected a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation (ABF), an independent, nonprofit research institute focused on the empirical and interdisciplinary study of law. According to the American Bar Foundation’s website, ABF Fellows comprise a “global honorary society” of law practitioners, instructors, and scholars whose

Fowler School of Law students named regional champions at ABA Client Counseling Competition

February 15, 2022 by

Two teams from the Chapman University Fowler School of Law competed in the regional American Bar Association (ABA) Client Counseling Competition, held virtually February 11-12, with one pair of students finishing on top. Both Fowler School of Law teams—Tristan Curnow and Alicia Light, and Elizabeth Kim and Kelly Kolar—advanced to the semifinals of the competition,

Fowler School of Law faculty named to leadership roles in Association of American Law Schools sections

January 19, 2022 by

At the 2022 Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting, several members of the Chapman University Fowler School of Law’s faculty were elected to join the leadership of their respective AALS sections: Professor Mario Mainero, Executive Director of Bar Preparation and Academic Achievement, was elected chair of the Section on Litigation. Legal Research and

Chapman Law Review announces 2022 Symposium panels and speakers

December 15, 2021 by

The annual Chapman Law Review Symposium, held every spring since 1999, is scheduled to return to the Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law on Friday, January 28, 2022, featuring a keynote address by Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of UC Berkeley School of Law. This year’s symposium, titled “A Future-Proof Constitution: Exploring the Effects of

Professor Jenny Carey appointed Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

December 2, 2021 by

Professor Jenny Carey has been appointed Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Chapman University Fowler School of Law, stepping into the role previously held by recently named Interim Dean Marisa Cianciarulo. “I am thrilled that Professor Carey has accepted this position,” said Cianciarulo. “She has served with distinction at the Fowler School of Law

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