- Publishes a print journal two times – once per semester
- Publishes the best notes or comments written by our second-year students
- Hosts CLR Online, a website that publishes digital copies of all Chapman Law Review articles, archives of symposia webcasts, Law Review news, new online articles, and much more
- Hosts an annual symposium each spring that brings together noted scholars to discuss far-reaching legal questions
MembershipAll management, editorial, and publication control is vested in the Review's thirty or so student members. Based on their academic performance in their first year, students are automatically offered staff positions or are invited to participate in the summer write-on competition. The Editorial Board is then selected from within the membership ranks based on their leadership, diligence and demonstrated service to the Review. Membership on the Review Editorial Board is an honor and a significant time commitment. Articles are reviewed for timeliness, quality of writing and topical interest. To see current and former Chapman Law Review members, please review the mastheads.
Write-on CompetitionThe write-on competition is usually held in late June or early July over a two-week period. The competition is a closed-universe writing assignment with the Chapman Law Review providing all of the necessary research - including cases, statutes and other relevant material. The participant must take and persuasively support a position with only the material provided and cannot perform any outside research.
Faculty SupportThe Chapman Law Review receives tremendous support from the faculty and administration, including its Faculty Advisor, Professor Lawrence Rosenthal.
Contact InformationChapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law
Chapman Law Review
One University Drive, Orange, CA, 92866
Phone: (714) 628-2582
Current Issue: Volume 20, Issue 2 (2017)
Rethinking Self-Regulation: Antitrust Perspectives on Bar Governance Activity
Deborah L. Rhode and Benjamin H. Barton
Whither (Wither?) the Unfinished Business
Douglas R. Richmond