Before moving to Las Vegas, Chapman spent four years in Los Angeles working to assist unaccompanied minors as a paralegal with the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law. During law school, Chapman continued to serve the immigrant community as an intern with the East Bay Community Law Center’s Immigration Unit and then as a student attorney with the UNLV immigration clinic. He is a member of the Nevada bar and currently serves as a law clerk at the Supreme Court of Nevada. Chapman will be rejoining the UNLV immigration clinic, where he will represent detained noncitizens facing removal.