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Professor Darmer Honored with Bridge Award

March 6, 2010 by | Faculty

Professor Katherine Darmer will be honored with a Bridge Award at the first Gala Fundraiser and Award Show of Men Alive, Orange County’s Gay Men’s Chorus, for her role in creating the Orange County Equality Coalition and her continued legal support of the coalition as it strives to educate the community about equal rights. The

Chapman ADR Team Wins First Place

November 30, 2009 by | Student Life

Chapman Law’s ADR team, comprised of Lisa Fiance, Aaron Goben, and Kyndell Paine, won first place at the National Mediation Competition in Liverpool, England. Kyndell took the second place individual mediator award and Aaron took the third place individual award. This was the first UK National Mediation Competition with three US teams (Lewis University, Illinois; Drake School of

Professor Paone Joins Theodora Oringher

September 14, 2009 by | Faculty

Adjunct law professor, Tim Paone joined the Orange County office of Theodora Oringher where he will oversee the expansion of the Firm’s Real Estate and Land Use Group.  Professor Paone was named “Best Lawyers in America” for his land use expertise. Read more…

Chapman Mock Trial Wins Arbitration Competition

January 3, 2009 by | Student Life

Chapman’s Mock Trial Board won the ABA-LSD National Arbitration Competition in San Antonio, Texas this past weekend. The student team of Jimmy Blalock, Brett Corson, Meghan O’Brien Taylor, and Arlinda Witko finished third in the preliminary rounds, advancing to the final rounds where they outscored teams from Louisiana State University and the University of Missouri—Columbia. The team was

Chapman Honored for Pro Bono Work

December 16, 2008 by | General News

Chapman was honored by the Ninth Circuit at a reception in the Pasadena Courthouse that the court held to honor firms/lawyers who have participated and contributed to the Ninth Circuit’s Pro Bono Program.

Moot Court Team Competes in Nationals

April 3, 2008 by | Student Life

After winning the regional competition in Las Vegas last month, the moot court team of Katia Benthale, Rob Webster, and Matt Wechter competed in the national finals of the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition in Chicago. This competition is the largest and most prestigious in the country and nearly 180 teams competed in regions throughout

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