Since 1972, Pepperdine Law School has had a developed advocacy program competing at the highest levels. This important, time honored law school tradition, allows students to hone advocacy and public speaking skills while participating in mock appellate proceedings.
The School of Law's overseas and exchange programs include sites in London, Copenhagen, and Augsburg. These programs offer students an unparalleled opportunity to study the foundation of American law, while living in exciting cities abroad.
Pepperdine's Clinical Education Program offers students many opportunities for professional experience while in law school. Second and third year students can participate in clinical or externship programs for academic credit. Students can choose from both "in house" clinical programs and externships at various courts, organizations, and agencies.
The Global Justice Program touches all corners of the globe through its initiatives in 1) international human rights and religious freedom, 2) advancement of the rule of law, and 3) global development. Through these initiatives, students and faculty collaborate to seek justice and create a lasting impact in some of the world's most vulnerable places.