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Dean Tom Campbell Publishes Article in University of Miami Law Review Article responds to piece on Amazon, e-books and antitrust policy

September 16, 2015 by | Faculty

Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law Dean Tom Campbell recently published a response article entitled “ The E-Books Conspiracy: Crossing the Line Between Applying and Creating Law ” in volume 69 of the University of Miami Law Review Caveat , the online companion to the quarterly review. From the abstract: This article

Fowler School of Law Joins Nuremberg Trial Commemoration Dean Tom Campbell and Professor Michael Bazyler participate with international community for 70th Anniversary in Nuremberg, Germany

September 15, 2015 by | Faculty

Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law Dean Tom Campbell and Professor Michael Bazyler visited Nuremberg, Germany July 17-26, 2015, with members of the California Judges Association and Creighton University School of Law for the 70th anniversary of the Nuremberg Nazi war crimes trial before the International Military Tribunal. The trial is

*VIDEO* Dean Campbell Recaps Events from Spring and Summer 2012

August 2, 2012 by | Faculty

In this segment of his bi-monthly address, Dean Campbell reflects on the highlights from spring and summer of 2012. This includes: recent gifts made to the The Bette and Wylie Aitken Family Violence Clinic Professor Bazyler chosen by the National Law Journal as the Appellate Lawyer of the Week Chapman Law student wins prestigious fellowship

L.A. Times Quotes Dean Campbell and Professor Rotunda on Watergate

June 18, 2012 by | Faculty

L.A. Times quoted Dean Campbell and Professor Rotunda in an article entitled “Forty years after Watergate, many legal reforms rolled back.”  The article concludes that, although in the aftermath of the Watergate scandal there were many reforms to U.S. laws.,  many of those changes have since been eliminated.  Professor Rotunda is quoted as saying, “”We

Chapman Law to Host Afghan Students

June 11, 2012 by | General News

Chapman University School of Law is honored to be amongst select law schools, including Harvard and Stanford University, which were invited to participate in the Public Private Partnership for Justice Reform in connection with the American University of Afghanistan. Dean Campbell and Chapman University’s Chancellor Daniele C. Struppa have created a program to provide full-tuition

Dean Campbell Published Op-Ed in LA Times

April 24, 2012 by | Faculty

The Los Angeles Times published an op-ed by Dean Campbell, entitled  “Better than the ‘Buffett rule’: Why not raise taxes on capital gains but lower them on income?”   In the article, Dean Campbell states, “What we need to do is change the debate from Buffett and his secretary to an explicit debate over investment versus

Dean Campbell Publishes Article on Financial Crisis

January 4, 2012 by | Faculty

Dean Tom Campbell has published an article entitled, “What is Going on with Our Economy?”  In the article, Dean Campbell argues that the financial crisis was caused by two factors.  The first “had its origin in the easy money policy of the Federal Reserve, during the administrations of both President Clinton and President Bush”; the

Dean Campbell to Direct Business Law Emphasis

November 11, 2011 by | General News

Dean Tom Campbell, Ph.D., will direct a new business law emphasis program at the Chapman University School of Law, which will be offered to students beginning spring 2012.  “This is my first major initiative as Chapman’s new dean, and I’m giving it my personal direction,” said Dr. Campbell.  Read more about the new business law

LA Times Published Dean Campbell’s Op-Ed

September 25, 2011 by | Faculty

The Los Angeles Times published Dean Tom Campbell’s op-ed, “Budget Like It’s 1995,” in which Dean Campbell advised Republicans in Congress to remember the lessons of the Gingrich House and compromise. In the opinion piece, Dean Campbell drew from his own experience in Congress. “Republican leaders in Congress do not want to harm the economic

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