Professor Rotunda Publishes Article on AMVETS Clinic

February 1, 2009 by | Faculty

Visiting Assistant Professor Kyndra Rotunda published an article in Regular Folks United entitled, “Serving Those Who Serve Our Country: Chapman Law School Steps Up.” Professor Rotunda’s article discusses Chapman Law School’s new Military Personnel Law Center & AMVETS Clinic, which provides legal representation to active duty families and veterans. Professor Rotunda discusses the many legal


AMVETS Clinic Is First for CA

January 4, 2009 by | Faculty

Chapman’s Military Law Clinic was mentioned in the January edition of “Focus,” Orange County Community Foundation’s newsletter. The Military Law Clinic, directed by Professor Kyndra Rotunda, will be the first pro-bono legal clinic supporting California’s 200,000 military families living and serving within the state. The OCCF awarded Chapman Law School a Veterans Services grant to


Chapman Law to Create Law Clinic for Military Families

October 3, 2008 by | General News

The School of Law is exploring a first-of-its-kind law clinic on the West Coast aimed at serving military personnel and their families, providing them with free legal advice and representation in civil matters. The program would be a “safety net” for members of the military, supporting the Judge Advocate General, or JAG, corps and tackling

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