EXPUNGEMENT CLINIC ON CAMPUS APRIL 15TH: Check out flyers below for appointment information and how to sign up to volunteer
2023 Expungement Clinic Volunteer Flyer.pdf
2023 Expungement Clinic English Flyer.pdf
HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT CLIRRC? CHECK IT OUT- FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE ON CAMPUS!!!
Professor Smith is working this semester with a group of students in the Community Legal Information, Resource, and Referral Clinic, or CLIRRC. If you would like to learn more, watch this video:
If you are interested in participating, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
to join. CLIRRC meet on Saturday mornings during the semester at 9:30 in A-104, which is next to the academic computing center. You will also need to enroll in our work experience class.
This semester students are planning a naturalization clinic for March 4, and an expungement (with immigration) clinic on April 15. Others are in the works, so come out to help and learn something firsthand! It looks great on your resume.
And by the way, if you know anyone (maybe even you) who needs an expungement or to talk to an attorney about the process, then have them fill this out: https://forms.gle/E6Xk37nQoHwYTtXZ6
CURIOUS ABOUT LAW SCHOOL? CHECK OUT THIS GREAT FREE OPPORTUNITY ON FEB. 18TH!!!
Download Chapman Fowler Law Diversity Day 2023.pdf
If you are interested in law school, please consider attending the Chapman Law Day that is designed for high school and community college students. It is in-person this Saturday. You will need to register at the RSVP link below. Thanks – Prof. Robinson
Diversity Day 2023 – The Journey to Law School
Saturday, February 18th
Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law
1 University Drive, Orange, CA 92688
RSVP Link: Chapman Law Diversity Day 2023 Form
Links to an external site.
9:00am - Check-In & Breakfast
9:30am - Welcome & Ice Breaker – Assistant Dean Justin Cruz
10:00am - Honorable Judge Frederick P. Aguirre - The Life of Orange County Native Justice Cruz Reynoso
11:00am - Diverse Lawyer Panel
11:45am - Breakout Exercise with Current Law Students – Led by Attorney Kimberly LaSalle
1:00pm - Lunch
Professor Robinson, Esq.
Co-Chair, Legal Studies Department
OCTOBER NATURALIZATION CLINIC
On Saturday October 29th, the Legal Studies department facilitated a naturalization clinic for Congressman Lou Correa in the Academic Computing Center. There were 70 clients, 28 volunteers (10 from SAC). CHIRLA paid naturalization fees of $725 on the spot, so approx. $50,000 immediate public benefit! Pictures below are SAC students at work under attorney supervision. There were 6 community attorneys. We had SCE outreach there with ESL and HiSet info.
Fall 2022 Orientation Meeting:
August 15th at 6:30PM:
Meeting ID: 977 0348 1233
Previous Spring 2022 Legal Studies Orientation Video