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February 1, 2013: Law Review Symposium: The Future of Law, Business, and Legal Education: How to Prepare Students to Meet Corporate Needs
Panel I: Can Law Schools Prepare Students to be Practice Ready?
Panel II: Finding a Better Way to Teach
Panel III: How to Prepare Students to Meet Corporate Needs
Panel IV: Changing the Curriculum to Keep Pace With Technology
Panel V: Are you Entertained Yet?: How Legal Education Reform Has Met the Needs of the Ever-changing Entertainment Industry
November 4: Gregory Gordon Presentation
"The Forgotten Nuremberg Hate Speech Case: Otto Dietrich and the Future of Persecution Law."
"Canon Law and its Intersection with Secular Law"
November 13, 2012: Chapman Dialogue featuring David Scheffer, Mayer Brown/Robert A. Helman Professor of Law and Director of the Center for International Human Rights, Northwestern University School of Law
Chasing Leadership Impunity: The Rapid Evolution of International Criminal Law
October 19, 2012: Nexus Journal of Law & Policy Symposium: HEALTHY DECISION OR UNHEALTHY OVERSIGHT?: A Legal Debate On The Affordable Care Act and the Impact of the Supreme Court’s Recent Decision
Opening Keynote Presentation: The Triple Aim Challenge: Better Health, Better Care, Lower Cost, Diana S. Dooley, Secretary, California Health and Human Services Agency
Panel I: Constitutional Issues and Future Litigation Around the ACA
Chapman Dialogue Keynote Speaker: After Obamacare: Lessons of the VA for Health Care Reform, Phillip Longman, Senior Research Fellow, New American Foundation
Panel II: Practical Implications: How The ACA will Affect Key Players in Health Care
Panel III: ACA's Effects on Expansion of Care to the Uninsured
March 21, 2012
How to Manage Client Expectations and Collect Fees
March 15, 2012: Chapman Dialogue featuring Peter H. Schuck, Simeon E. Baldwin Professor Emeritus of Law and Professor (Adjunct) of Law, Yale Law School
Immigration Policy: Myths and Realities
March 7, 2012: Karyl Ketchum
The GLAD Project
February 17, 2012: Ernesto Hernandez-Lopez, Professor of Law, Chapman University School of Law
Los Angeles Taco Truck Wars (2008-09)
January 27, 2012: Chapman University Fowler School of Law Review Symposium: The 40th Anniversary of Watergate: A Commemoration of the Rule of Law
Panel I: President Nixon’s Secret Tapes: Evidence that Politically, Legally and Historically Defined Watergate (and More)
Keynote: Watergate's Unanswered Questions: 40 Years of Hindsight, featuring John W. Dean, former Nixon White House Counsel
Panel II: The Constitutional Significance of Watergate: New Perspectives
Panel III: The Legacy of Watergate: Reform 40 years Later
December 2, 2011: Chapman Dialogue featuring Walter E. Dellinger lll, the Douglas B. Maggs Professor Emeritus of Law at Duke University School of Law
Lincoln, King and Mendez: The Quest for American Equality
November 29, 2011: Chapman Dialogue featuring Catharine A. MacKinnon, Elizabeth A. Long Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School
Trafficking, Prostitution and Inequality
November 4, 2011, Nexus Symposium: FOOD FIGHT! The Legal Debate over the Obesity Epidemic, Food Labeling, and the Government's Involvement in What You Eat
Panel 1: Framing the Issues: Obesity & Food Regulations
Keynote Lunch: Food Fight! Our Food Choices & Who's Making Them
Panel 2: Agricultural Policy & the Role of Direct Farm Businesses
Panel 3: Obesity's Weighty Questions: The Government, Lawyers & Your Health
October 27, 2011: Chapman Dialogue with Adrien K. Wing, Bessie Dutton Murray Professor, University of Iowa of College of Law, and Bette and Wylie Aitken Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law, Chapman University Fowler School of Law
After the Last Judgment: The Future of Middle East Constitutionalism
September 23, 2011 Laura Rothstein, Professor of Law and Distinguished University Scholar, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville
Disability Policy in Education Settings: The Eisenhower Highway System as a Roadmap
September 16, 2011: Gabriel "Jack" Chin, Professor of Law, UC Davis School of Law
Civil Death in the Regulatory State
March 23, 2011: Chapman Dialogue Featuring Marisa Cianciarulo, Fowler School of Law Professor
Immigration Controversies: The Birthright Citizenship Debate
March 16, 2011: Chapman Dialogue Featuring Eugene Volokh, Gary T. Schwartz Professor of Law, UCLA Law School
The Mechanisms of the Slippery Slope
February 21, 2011: Chapman Dialogue Featuring Martin James McMahon, Jr., Stephen C. O'Connell Professor of Law, University of Florida Frederic G. Levin College of Law
Taxing Tax Expenditures
January 28, 2011: Chapman University Fowler School of Law Review Symposium: From Wall Street to Main Street: The Future of Financial Regulation (schedule)
Into the Bog: An Introduction to Dodd-Frank
Congress Punts; Administrative Agencies Receive; Welcome to a Decade of Rule Making
The Return of the Rating Agencies: Rerun or Redemption
Who's the Boss? Re-writing the Rules of Corporate Governance
January 28, 2011, Chapman Dialogue featuring Steven L. Schwarcz, Stanley A. Star Professor of Law & Business, Duke University School of Law
Ex Ante Versus Ex Post Financial Regulations
Dignifying Rights: Reflections on the Same-Sex Marriage Litigation
November 18, 2010: Chapman Dialogue featuring Michael A. Perino, Dean George W. Matheson Professor of Law, St. John's University School of Law
The Hellhound of Wall Street: How Ferdinand Pecora's Investigation of the Great Crash Forever Changed American Finance
October 22, 2010: Nexus Symposium - Citizens Divided on Citizens United: Campaign Finance Reform and the First Amendment
The New Role of Corporations in American Elections
Disclaimer and Disclosure Provisions in the Post-Citizens United Era
Keynote Presentation: The Impact of Citizens United on the November 2010 Election
Prudent Jurisprudence; Doctrines of Judicial Restraint and the Theoretical Underpinnings of Campaign Finance Reform Law
October 6, 2010: Chapman Dialogue featuring Jindal Global Law School Dean C. Raj Kumar
Establishing India's First Global Law School: Institution Building for Nation Building
October 4, 2010: Chapman Dialogue featuring Professor June Carbone
Reflections on Red Families v. Blue Families
May 21, 2010
Class of 2010 Commencement Ceremony
April 21-23, 2010, Beyond Copenhagen, An International Conference on Climate Change
Wednesday, April 21
Speaker: Dr. Paul Chan Climate Science Primer: "Climate Change and its Skeptics"
Thursday, April 22
Speaker: Dr. Ghassem Asrar
Speaker: Dr. Jane Long
Food & Water Panel
Moderator: Dr. Anuradha Prakash
Panelists: Mr. Robert Goodland, Honorable A.G. Kawamura, Dr. Ruben Morawicki, Dr. Soroosh Sorooshian, Dr. Christopher Weber
Professional Lunch and Speaker: Mr. Pierre-Andre Senizergues
Speaker: Dr. Randy Friedl
Speaker: Dr. Fotis C. Kafatos
Moderator: Dr. Larry Santora
Panelists: Dr. William K. Lau, Dr. William Sprigg, Ms. Jill Whynot, Dr. Lewis Ziska
Moderator: Dean Menas Kafatos
Discussants: Dr. Robert Bishop, Dr. Tom Campion, Mr. Joel Kotkin,Dr. Berrien Moore, Dr. Edward Wegman
Friday, April 23
International Law Panel
Moderator: Mr. Don Kochan
Panelists: Prof. Michael Ramsey, Prof. Amy Sinden, Dr. Jonathan Zasloff
Physical Science, Energy & Law Panel
Moderator: Dr. Deepa Badrinarayana
Panelists: Prof. Victor Flatt, Prof. Hari Osofsky, Mr. Joshua Fershee
Energy & Economy Panel
Moderator: Dr. Esmael Adibi
Panelists: Mr. Steve Bray, Dr. Frank Harris, Dr. Stephen Rassenti, Mr. Robert Rose
April 20, 2010:
2010 Madison Lecture - Reenactment of Fletcher v. Peck
"The Future of the Supreme Court -- Liberal or Conservative and What That Really Means."
October 30, 2009: NeXus Symposium, "The 80th Anniversary of the Great Crash of 1929: Law, Markets and the Role of the State," with Keynote Presentations by Tom Campbell and Timothy Canova.
Economic & Regulatory Landscape in the Aftermath of the Great Depression
Federal Financial Regulatory Reform
Practical and Theoretical Implications of Public Sector Financial Reform
Keynote Presentation: Impact of the Recession on California & the Local Economy
October 20, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Rachel F. Moran
October 08, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Lino A. Graglia
"The Seattle School Case Paradox: How can Race Discrimination be Constitutionally Required One Day and Constitutionally Prohibited the Next?"
September 24, 2009
Battle of the Deans, Eastman vs. Chemerinsky
August 28, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Eric S. Janus, President and Dean, William Mitchell College of Law
"Preventative Detention: Sex Abusers and Terrorists"
August 7, 2009: Chapman Journal of Criminal Justice Symposium, "Specialty Courts in Criminal Justice: Challenges and Opportunities," with Keynote Presentation by Honorable Peggy Hora
Therapeutic Jurisprudence/Drug Courts
Mental Health Courts
Domestic Violence Courts
May 22, 2009
Fowler School of Law Commencement Ceremony
April 21, 2009: Debate featuring John Yoo
"Presidential Powers in Time of Crisis,"
April 2, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Robert A. Williams Jr.
"Why the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and No One Else Voted Against the United Nations Declaration on Indigenous Rights: The 'Implementation Gap' in the English Common Law Settler States."
March 26, 2009: Climate Change Symposium.
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March 20, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Laura Gomez
"Manifest Destinies: The Making of the Mexican American Race."
March 13, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Nadine Strossen
"Conversation on Constitutional Civil Liberties."
February 27, 2009: Nexus Journal Symposium, "Judicial Activism: Same Sex Marriage and the Aftermath of Proposition 8."
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February 26, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Stephen Zamora
February 23, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Richard Epstein
"Positive Rights in a World of Scarcity."
February 13, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Dale Whitman
"Why the Mortgage Market Crashed and What Can Be Done About It."
February 10, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Albie Sachs
"Light on a Hill: The Constitutional Court of South Africa."
January 16, 2009: Chapman Dialogue with Irwin P. Stotzky
"Immigration Reform: What's Next?"
"Ten Building Blocks of Mergers & Acquisitions Resulting from the Credit Crisis: Humongous Sharks Acquiring Other Humongous Sharks." (1 Hr. MCLE)
November 24, 2008: Chapman Dialogue featuring Professor Katherine Darmer
"Prop 8 Passed: What's Next?"
November 7, 2008: Chapman Dialogue with Ronald Cass
"Is the Sky Really Falling?: The Election, the Courts, and Financial Regulation." (1 Hr. MCLE)
October 28, 2008: Chapman Dialogue with James Galbraith
"What is the Predator State?" (1 Hr. MCLE)
October 21, 2008: Chapman Dialogue with Kristine Knaplund
"The Right to Privacy and America's Aging Population."
August 6, 2008: Journal of Criminal Justice Symposium, "Evidence-Based Sentencing: The New Frontier in Sentencing Policy and Practice."
April 15, 2008: Chapman Dialogue with Kenneth Starr, Duane and Kelly Roberts Dean and Professor of Law Pepperdine University School of Law; Laurie L. Levenson, Professor of Law, William M. Rains Fellow and Director of the Center for Ethical Advocacy
"Independence of the Attorney General."
March 24, 2008: Charles Fried, Beneficial Professor of Law, Harvard University Law School
"Torture, Lies and Secrecy: Presidential Power in Time of War." (1 Hr. MCLE)
March 20, 2008: William N. Eskridge, Jr., John A. Garver Professor of Jurisprudence, Yale University Law School
March 19, 2008: Akhil Amar, Southmayd Professor of Law and Political Science, Yale University Law School
"Presidential Elections Over the Centuries: Formal Amendments and Information Adaptations."
February 22, 2008: Gerald Torres, Bryant Smith Chair in Law, University of Texas School of Law, with Lani Guinier, Bennett Boskey Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
"Social Movements and the Ethical Construction of Law."
February 19, 2008: Edward McCaffrey, Robert C. Packard Trustee Chair in Law, and Professor of Law, Economics and Political Science, University of Southern California Gould School of Law
"Unified Theory of Tax and Property." (1 Hr. MCLE)
February 15, 2008: Dr. Vernon Smith, Chapman University Fowler School of Law
November 27, 2007: Professor Ann Southworth, Case Western Reserve School of Law
"Righting the Profession and Professionalizing the Right: Lawyers of the American Conservative Coalition." (1 Hr. MCLE)
November 19, 2007: Professor Lynn A. Stout, UCLA School of Law
"The Role of Ethics & Morality in Capitalist Economies." (1 Hr. MCLE)
November 8, 2007: Professor Mark Tushnet, Harvard Law School
"What the Constitution Says About the Second Amendment & Why It Won't End the Battle Over Guns." (1 Hr. MCLE)
October 19, 2007: Professor Arnold H. Loewy, Texas Tech University School of Law
Debate with Dean John Eastman on the Incorporation Doctrine & the Establishment Clause.
October 16, 2007: David B. Rivkin, Jr., Baker Hostetler, Washington D.C. Debate with Chapman Professor Katherine Darmer on Guantanamo Bay
"Rule of Law or Rules of War?"
September 21, 2007: Associate Dean Kevin R. Johnson, University of California at Davis School of Law
"Opening the Flood Gates: Why America Needs to Rethink Its Borders and Immigration Laws."
March 8-9, 2007: Third Annual Judicial Symposium, presented by AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies
"Critical Issues in Construction Defect Litigation."
January 26, 2007: Law Review Symposium
"Miranda at 40: Applications in a Post-Enron, Post-9/11 World." (1 Hr. MCLE)
"Are We at War? Global Conflict & Insecurity, Post-9/11."
August 29, 2005: Madison Lecture and Reenactment Lochner v. State of New York re-enactment, with Special Guests U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice, Antonin Scalia and California Attorney General, Bill Lockyer. (1 Hr. MCLE)
Lochner v. New York Webcast: U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia visited Chapman University on Monday, August 29, 2005 to take part in a re-enactment of the famous 1905 Lochner v. State of New York case. He was joined by California Attorney General Bill Lockyer for the historical re-enactment.
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February 24-25, 2005: Inaugural Annual Symposium for the Center for Global Trade and Development
"International Law Confronts the Global Economy: Labor Rights, Human Rights, and Democracy in Distress."