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2013 Symposium Speaker Presents at Florida


Former 2013 Chapman Law Review Symposium speaker Bradley T. Borden recently presented on real estate investment trusts at a Tax Colloquium Series at the University of Florida.  Read more about his recent presentation @ TaxProf Blog: Borden Presents REIT Stuff at Florida Also, check out his recent publication with our journal: Using the Client-File…


Chapman Law Review Online Chapman Law Review Online is our new online-only journal, founded in 2014. The pieces in this journal are shorter than the ones typically found in our print journal, but are just as timely and scholarly.      Marx A. Greendorfer, People v. Zondorak: California’s Attack on the Second…

Wellness Week Supplement Sale!


Chapman Law Review is excited to be participating in Wellness Week again this year with our annual Supplement Sale.  As everybody knows, the key to managing stress and reducing anxiety in law school is to stay on top of your studies throughout the semester.  Diligent preparation early on pays off…

INTERESTED IN DUE PROCESS: WHY COURTS SHOULD TAKE ACCOUNT FOR MORE THAN JUST TAKINGS WHEN DECIDING PRISONERS’ INTEREST RIGHTS


17 Chap. L. Rev. Online 7 Chapman Law Review Online Spring 2014 Article INTERESTED IN DUE PROCESS: WHY COURTS SHOULD TAKE ACCOUNT FOR MORE THAN JUST TAKINGS WHEN DECIDING PRISONERS’ INTEREST RIGHTS Grafton Bragg [tippy title="*" header="off"] J.D. Candidate, Mississippi College School of Law, 2014. Thanks to Dean Mary Miller for…