Asal Saffari (JD ’18) is an alumnus on a mission to shape the future of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives in Orange County’s legal profession.
As part of its continued efforts to foster greater diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession, Chapman University and its Dale E. Fowler School of Law recently joined the California Leadership-Access-Workforce (Cal LAW) Pathways program as one of its institutional partners.
For many young people, meeting their favorite actor or singer might cause them to swoon. For California State University, Fullerton student Maiyah Lyles, though, her fangirl moment came when meeting a different kind of star: Orange County Superior Court Judge Elizabeth Macias. “She came to campus and told us her story,” Lyles said, “and in
It’s one thing to talk about diversity and inclusion. It’s another to put in the work and show results. So, when the Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law was recently honored with a CLEO EDGE Award for Greater Equality, it was an acknowledgment of how “diversity” is much more than just a buzzword
In the coming weeks, twenty college students from around the nation will get an introduction to the law school experience as part of Chapman University Fowler School of Law’s Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars (PLUS) program. The program, funded by a grant from the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), brings to Chapman first- and second-year college students
For the sixth time in seven years, Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law has earned a prestigious top three finish for the Law School Admission Council’s (LSAC) Diversity Matters Award. The annual competition, run by LSAC’s DiscoverLaw.org initiative, recognizes law schools throughout the United States and Canada with the highest level of outreach
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law welcomed four judges from the Los Angeles Superior Court Diversity Committee for a panel discussion with students on March 21. The committee aims to increase diversity among court officers by encouraging members of underrepresented communities to pursue appointment or election to the bench. The panelists included the
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law celebrated its 11th Diversity Week from February 20 to 26 with multiple days of programming organized by a cross-section of the school’s many diverse student groups. The week began with a lunchtime panel on “Diverse Women in the Law.” The panel featured three panelists from the legal community
For the fifth time, Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law has received the Law School Admissions Council’s (LSAC) DiscoverLaw.Org Diversity Matters Award. This year, the law school placed third among the top finalists in the country. The national award recognizes law schools throughout the country that perform exceptional outreach efforts targeted to students
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