Dean John Eastman was quoted in the San Diego Union Tribune in an article entitled “State files lawsuit over EPA’s decision on auto emissions.” (Read article…). Dean Eastman was quotes in this piece as follows: John Eastman, dean of the Chapman University School of Law, said the case is of such “monumental importance” that it
The Law Library announced that it has put on display a signed copy of the memoir, My Grandfather’s Son, by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. During Justice Thomas’ visit this month, he signed a copy of his work. The framed book now hangs on the staircase landing, just inside the law library entrance. The
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas made a special visit to the law school on December 17, 2007. Learn more…
The official results are in for the July 2007 bar examination and Chapman has achieved a best-ever 72% California Bar pass rate for a summer exam. Learn more…
Chapman law students Gino Monteleone and Garret Wong win Best Advocate Awards at the the prestigious NACDL Mock Trial Competition.
The School of Law ranks in three top-ten categories in 2008 Best 170 Law Schools (Princeton Review), including a #1 rank for quality of life. Learn more…
Dean John Eastman appears on Fox News Special Report with Brit Hume to discuss his work on birthright citizenship.
Entrepreneur-turned-attorney Diana Todaro (’03) is featured in an October 2007 OC Metro story.
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
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