NeXus Journal Holds Panel on Immigration

February 20, 2008 by | General News

On February 20, the NeXus editorial board, under the faculty supervision of Professor Hugh Hewitt, held a panel on immigration, which brought to campus several prominent scholars, including Bill Piatt, former Dean of St. Mary’s University Law School, and University of Florida Law Professor Robert Moffat.  Our own Professor Marisa Cianciarulo rounded out the panel

Chapman Hosted Talk on Tax

February 19, 2008 by | General News

On February 19, Chapman hosted a talk by Edward J. McCaffery, Robert C. Packard Trustee Chair in Law and Professor of Law,Economics and Political Science at University of Southern California Gould School of Law and Visiting Professor of Law and Economics, California Institute of Technology. Professor McCaffery’s talk was entitled “A Unified Theory of Tax

Professor Darmer Quoted in Several Articles

February 14, 2008 by | Faculty

Professor Katherine Darmer was quoted in several articles on this date relating to the Roger Clemens steroids story: “Could Roger Be Charged With Perjury? Legal Experts Debate Whether Federal Prosecutors Will Indict Clemens” at abcnews.com (read article…); “Waxman has options but won’t commit on Clemens” in The Los Angeles Times (read article…); “A loss for

Chapman Law Review Hosted Symposium

February 8, 2008 by | General News

On February 8, the Chapman Law Review hosted The 10th Annual Chapman Law Review Symposium, “Publicity Rights in Bytes.” The much-anticipated event lived up to its advance billing and was a great success. Learn more…

3L Argues Case to Court of Appeals

February 1, 2008 by | Student Life

3L student Rob Webster recently argued a case to the Ninth Circuit Court Of Appeals.  One of the judges before whom Rob argued complemented both Rob and Chapman Law School on Rob’s great performance.  An appellate litigator from the Federal Public Defender’s Office likewise complemented Rob’s performance, as did several Ninth Circuit staff attorneys.  Way

Elder Law Center Achieves Great Result for Client

January 30, 2008 by | Student Life

3L student Jack Styskal and the Alona Cortese Elder Law Center achieved a great result on behalf of a client during the week of January 28. The center’s client obtained a conservatorship over her adult, developmentally challenged daughter, allowing the client to determine medical care and housing arrangements for her daughter.  Jack prepared the conservatorship