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Entertainment Law


Entertainment Law Clinic Received High Praise

February 27, 2009 by | General News

The Chapman School of Law Entertainment Law clinic was featured in an article in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, entitled “No Clinic Like Show Clinic at Chapman.” The article highlights the uniqueness of the entertainment law clinic as well as its practical utility for both students and clients. Visiting Professor Kathy Heller is quoted regarding

Chapman Students Selected by AMEC to Produce Video

February 25, 2009 by | Student Life

A team of talented law and film students were selected by the Association of Media & Entertainment Counsel (AMEC) to produce a video celebrating the Fifth Anniversary of AMEC and the Counsel of the Year Awards. The proposal, which includes the team’s video about Chapman, was selected over proposals submitted by USC and UCLA. This is

Chapman’s Documentary Program Featured in Article

November 10, 2008 by | Faculty

Professor John Hall was mentioned in an article entitled “Courage, Hope and the Power of Dance Help Bring War-Torn Cambodia Back to Life.” This article discusses Chapman’s international documentary program in which students are sent around the world with cameras to create pieces. This past summer Chapman University Professor Jeff Swimmer, along with Professor Hall

Chapman Law Students Land Global Internships

September 3, 2008 by | Student Life

Chapman Law students had a global reach in the summer of 2008, with high impact internships that included work with the White House Counsel and CNBC London, among many others. Also, this summer, professor John Hall spearheaded a new cooperative program with Chapman’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, taking a group of film, law and humanities students

Professor Hall to Lead Students in Cambodian Documentary

May 12, 2008 by | General News

Champman University has announced that Professor John Hall and veteran documentary filmmaker, Jeff Swimmer, will lead five students on a trip to Cambodia to develop documentaries for the Khmer Arts Academy and Tiny Toones, two arts-focused NGOs in need of assistance to create more public awareness for their work. The two-week trip will commence on

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…

Chapman Student Publishes Article

October 24, 2007 by | Student Life

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

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