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Gregory L. Ogden, J.D., LL.M.
Professor of Law

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  • LL.M., Columbia University, 1981
  • LL.M., Temple University, 1978
  • J.D., University of California, Davis, 1973
  • B.A., University of California, Los Angeles, 1970, cum laude

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Professor Ogden is a cum laude graduate of University of California at Los Angeles, and his J.D. is from the University of California at Davis School of Law. He was the senior research editor for the UC Davis Law Review. Following law school, he was awarded the Reginald Heber Smith Fellowship, and worked for the San Mateo Legal Aid Society, representing clients in numerous administrative hearings, and other civil cases. He then worked for a small law firm representing clients in many administrative hearings, as well as civil and criminal litigation. In 1976, he returned to the academic world as a law and humanities teaching fellow at Temple University School of Law. He earned an LL.M. degree with a concentration in legal education from Temple in 1978. He joined the Pepperdine law faculty in 1978, as an associate professor of law. He became a professor of law in 1982. He was awarded the Chambership Fellowship in Legislation at Columbia School of Law, and received an LL.M. with a concentration in administrative law from Columbia in 1981.

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  • Gregory L. Ogden, Lexis Nexis Expert Commentaries on Key California Supreme Court Decisions in California Administrative Law, (2 commentaries in December 2007, and two commentaries in March, 2008)
  • Gregory L. Ogden, Challenges in Teaching Remedies, 39 BRANDEIS L.J. 611 (2001) SSRN HeinOnline
  • Gregory L. Ogden, Peter Robinson, & Alana Knaster, Public Sector Dispute Resolution in Local Government: Lessons from the SCAG Project, 1 PEPP. DISP. RESOL. L.J. 177 (2001) SSRN HeinOnline
  • Gregory L. Ogden, The Role of Demeanor Evidence in Determining Credibility of Witnesses in Fact Finding: The Views of ALJS, 20 J. NAT'L ASS'N ADMIN. L. JUDGES 1 (2000) SSRN HeinOnline

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