» Academic and Co-Curricular Programs

Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law’s academic programs provide the best of both worlds: foundational accredited legal instruction coupled with a varied selection of specific concentrations, joint degrees and LL.M ’s. Our highly experienced professors provide supportive and personalized education in classes with consistently small faculty/student ratios. 

Chapman also provides students with a number of academic resources that provide real-world legal experience to help maximize their law school education. Fowler School of Law has three competition boards: Moot Court, Mock Trial and Alternative Dispute Resolution. In addition, the law school hosts six clinics in which students can develop a variety of legal skills. Our clinics include the Alona Cortese Elder Law Center, the Bette and Wylie Aitken Family Protection Clinic, the Constitutional Jurisprudence Clinic, Entertainment Contracts Law Clinic, Low Income Taxpayers Clinic, and the Mediation Clinic. Also, law students can gain academic credit while participating in externships.

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Fowler School of Law presents a comprehensive offering of LL.M. programs that appeal to both U.S. and International students.

Joint Degrees

Pursue a JD/MBA in conjunction with the George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics or a JD/MFA in Film & Producing in conjunction with Chapman's Dodge College of Film & Media Arts.

Emphasis Areas

Seven JD Emphasis programs – including Criminal Law, Entertainment Law, Business Law, Advocacy and Dispute Resolution, Environmental, Land Use & Real Estate (ENLURE), International Law and Tax Law – offer a diverse and unique education.

Study Abroad

Law students can participate in once-in-a-lifetime study abroad opportunities through a summer program in Cambridge, England.

Practice Ready

Fowler School of Law’s Practice Ready Program helps students develop critical skills to bridge the gap between law school and practice.