Chapman Student Publishes Article

October 24, 2007 by | Student Life

The article “What It Means to Be Famous Worldwide” written by Chapman law student Ian McClure was published in the October 2007 issue of the Federal Lawyer.  The article focuses on protection of “famous” international trademarks that are unregistered.  Ian is a Notes Editor for the Chapman Law Review as well as Vice President of

Chapman Tax Appeal Assistance Program Wins Award

September 23, 2007 by | General News

The Tax Appeal Assistance Program (“TAAP”) recently won the largest award since its inception at Chapman in the fall of 2006.  Chapman student Michael Larkin (‘08) took the case of a small business owner from Orange County who had been fined by state tax authorities for allegedly failing to pay a penalty and several years

CSO Davis-Gregory Speaks on Blogging for a Job

September 15, 2007 by | Faculty

Assistant Director of Career Services Donna Davis-Gregory will speak on “Blogging for a Job” at the Equal Justice Works Conference and Career Fair, Washington, DC on Saturday, October 6, 2007. She will also be a panelist on Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Panel Discussion: Academic and Practical Perspectives” at USC, Gould School of Law in Los

Dean Simmons Selected for Committee

July 28, 2007 by | General News

Tracy Simmons, the law school’s Assistant Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, has been selected to serve on the Services and Programs Committee for the Law School Admission Council for a second term. This committee Reports to the LSAC Board of Trustees and is responsible for: law school services (LSDAS, test administration, data services); test