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International Law

  

Chapman Law Professor Drafts Memorandum of Understanding for Innovative Floating City Plan

February 22, 2017 by | Faculty

A new initiative to create sustainable floating cities, or “seasteading” communities, is one step closer to reality thanks in part to Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law Professor Tom W. Bell. Professor Bell has been working with the nonprofit organization behind the project, The Seasteading Institute, providing legal advice on creating the new

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

Fowler School of Law Hosts 18th Annual U.S.-China Legal Exchange

December 18, 2013 by David Finley & Samantha Morgenstern | Faculty

On Monday, December 9, 2013, the Fowler School of Law, U.S. Department of Commerce, and China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) co-hosted the 18th Annual U.S.-China Legal Exchange (“Exchange”) at the law school. The Exchange centered around Chinese Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy Law and Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship in China, including Private Equity and Venture Capital.

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

Professor Hall Published in Wall Street Journal

November 19, 2011 by | Faculty

An article published in Asia Times says that in late-November the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) began hearings in its second case against three surviving leaders of the former communist Khmer Rouge regime. The hearings come at a time when the tribunal is also battling allegations of judicial misconduct, violations of victims’