The Fowler School of Law supports the continuous study of all interpretations of the Constitution and the law. Organizations on campus help keep the discussion fresh by bringing in speakers and holding debates on a myriad of subjects in various areas of the law.
»Philosophy of Law Societies
+-American Constitution Society
The Chapman University Fowler School of Law Chapter of ACS embraces the vision of ACS by holding legal and policy debates, increasing awareness about relevant issues, and building a diverse network of future lawyers with similar goals. It is our goal to ensure that future generations continue to benefit from the fundamental values our nation fought so hard to acquire.
If you are interested in joining, please register online at http://www.acslaw.org/join
+-California Republican Lawyers Association
1) Advancing Professionalism and Education: The CRLA is comprised of law students who are committed to the advancement of legal professionalism. It brings together law students who believe in Republican ideals and the advancement of their own education, specifically law in political, government, legislative and private firm settings.
2) Advancing Career Opportunities: The CRLA is a network of law students committed to helping each other succeed. It is a local chapter within which members can seek career advancement assistance, network with professionals and form relationships with other Republicans in the County.
3) Advancing Republican Ideals: The CRLA further builds on the Republican Party goals and ideals through a network of law students who understand and directly support Republican policies and candidates.
4) Advancing Open, Fair, and Honest elections: The CRLA seeks to promote open, fair and honest elections at all levels of California elected office in a non-discriminatory manner. It provides election law training for law students from preeminent election law professionals.
+-Christian Law Society
The Fowler School of Law Christian Law Society consists of law students committed to proclaiming, loving and serving Jesus Christ through all we do and say in the practice of law. CLS is committed to supporting Christian leaders, helping reach the law school community and growing through the strengthening of our faith and love of the law. CLS provides Bible studies during the school year to grow in our knowledge of God's word and provides various opportunities for fellowship and support.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
+-J Reuben Clark Society
We are a student group that emphasizes the relation between law and ethics, morality, and religion.
+-Jewish Law Students Association
To promote and provide access to Jewish events, culture and holiday traditions, to oppose anti-semitism through education, to provide a forum for discussing issues or current events pertaining to Jewish individuals.
We welcome all inquiries about the organization and membership.
+-Muslim Law Students Association
+-National Lawyers Guild
- educate ourselves and the community about issues affecting economic and social justice
- provide law students with pro bono opportunities in support of these goals
- increase awareness of The School of Law community on issues surrounding economic and social justice
Our aim is to bring together all those who:
- regard economic and social justice as essential to the freedom of all people everywhere
- recognize the importance of safeguarding and extending the economic and social freedoms, protections, and rights of people everywhere upon whom the welfare of the human race depends
- seek actively to eliminate oppression of women, the poor, and people of color through restriction of economic and social rights specific to them
- seek justice and resist various sorts of oppressive assaults on economic and social justice, and who work to maintain and protect our civil rights and liberties in the face of persistent attacks upon them
- look upon the law as an instrument for the protection of the people, rather than for their oppression, and seek protection and expansion of economic and social equality and rights in that vein
+-St. Thomas More Society
The St. Thomas More Society is dedicated to faith and community within the legal profession. The Society seeks to provide a Catholic voice on issues of relevance to judges, lawyers, public officials, and law students, and to promote an understanding of Church teaching. Membership in the Society is open to persons of all religions who are interested in exploring the rich teaching of the Roman Catholic Church.
The St. Thomas More Society sponsors the annual Red Mass and dinner, at which the Society presents the St. Thomas More Award to one who exemplifies the ideals of service and sacrifice in the pursuit of justice so conspicuously reflected in the life and death of St. Thomas More. The Red Mass continues a tradition begun by English barristers and judges in the 13th century of offering prayers to the Holy Spirit that all men and women in the legal profession, the judiciary and the public life be blessed with wisdom and understanding. Red vestments are traditionally worn at the Mass to commemorate the scarlet robes of the Lord High Justices.