This week, the second Republican 2016 presidential primary debate comes to Southern California’s Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley. Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law Professor and nationally syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt will serve as one of the co-panelists moderating the debate to be held on Wednesday, September 16 and which airs on
In the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s health care decision, many Chapman law professors have been quoted in the media. Professor Eastman appeared on National Public Radio on June 29, 2012 to discuss the decision, saying, “This was a sellout of monumental proportions for those that recognize that there are limits on the federal power
Professor Rotunda was quoted in an article entitled “Federal court says French must play by American rules” in LegalNewsline. Read about it here. Professor Eastman was quoted in an article entitled “Health care law brawl arrives at Supreme Court steps” on FoxNews.com. Read his remarks here. Professor Caso was quoted in a column entitled “Brian
Professor Caso made an appearance on an international radio show to discuss the case Fisher v. University of Texas, for which the Supreme Court recently granted certiori. The case may overturn Grutter v. Bollinger, in which the Supreme Court allowed for some forms of affirmative action. Listen to the appearance here.
Professor Caso appeared on the Roger Hedgecock Show to talk about Proposition 65, the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986.
Between the Los Angele Times and KABC radio, Professor Eggert has been all quoted all over the media since California and New York joined more than 40 0ther states in a settlement with banks that conducted abusive foreclosure practices, such as Bank of America Corp., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Ally Financial Inc., Citigroup, and Wells
Professor Eastman, who also serves as chairman of the National Organization for Marriage, has appeared all over television shows, radio shows, and newspapers, following the decision from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that declared Prop. 8 unconstitutional. He appeared on “PBS Newshour,” saying that Prop. 8, “applies to one man and one woman. That
While California awaited the decision of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, Professor Eastman made a radio appearance commenting on the likely ruling. He said that after hearing oral arguments, the Ninth Circuit panel will feel that Prop 8 is unconstitutional, but commented that “[t]he question is whether they
On December 20, 2011 Professor John Eastman participated in a radio interview on 89.3FM that discussed Newt Gingrich’s views on judicial powers, Gingrich’s views on presidential powers, and whether Gingrich appears to be “pandering to the right.” Listen to what Professor Eastman had to say.
Larry Mantle invited Professor Larry Rosenthal on Air Talk to discuss juror conduct, specifically whether: After servicing, is it wrong for jurors to cash in? Professor Rosenthal engaged in a spirited debate about the aftermath of the Casey Anthony murder trial, jurors selling their stories to the media, and Florida’s legislative efforts to limit the