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January 2013In this issue Pepperdine Law prepares for the 40th Annual Dinner and examines the changes in tax law.

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40th Annual School of Law Dinner.
The Law School will celebrate its 40th Annual dinner on February 23.  More.

Pepperdine Law Review and Tax Analysts to Host "Tax Advice for the Second Obama Administration"
Coinciding with inauguration weekend, the Pepperdine Law Review's
symposium on tax law will feature four panel discussions with more than 25 scholars and practitioners who will tackle the topic of how the tax code may change during the next four years. More.

Simply Service Is Filling A Void
The members of Simply Service had one goal in mind: to provide a way to fill the voids left by other service organizations.
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Pepperdine Law's Christian Legal Society Teamed with Salvation Army for Annual Angel Tree Project

Working to ensure that no child is left without a gift for Christmas, the Salvation Army began the Angel Tree program, relying on community volunteers for many of their needs. More.

Tax Advice for the Second Obama Administration
January 18, 2013
School of Law - Malibu, CA
Co-sponsored by Tax Analysts and led by Professor Paul Caron, the Pepperdine Law Review will host a symposium featuring a keynote presentation by Colombia Law School's Professor Michael Graetz and a luncheon address by David Cay Johnston, an investigative journalist and author, and winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize. This complimentary event has been approved for 6.5 MCLE credit hours. Please visit the website for additional information and to register.

Intercountry Adoption: Orphan Rescue or Child Trafficking?
February 8-9, 2013
School of Law - Malibu, CA

The 2013 Annual Herbert and Elinor Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion and Ethics will focus on the important and complex topic of intercountry adoption. For additional information andto register, please visit the website.


40th Annual School of Law Dinner
February 23, 2013
Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, CA

Join the faculty, friends, students, and your fellow alumni at the School of Law's 40th annual dinner at which we will celebrate the history and heritage of the Pepperdine School of Law. Gather your classmates and reunite at the dinner! For additional information andto register, please visit the website.

Career & Professional Development:

JDConnect - Formerly Symplicity

The Career Development Office is seeking volunteers to interview current students for the Spring Mock Interview Program, taking place on campus January 30 and 31, from 5 to 9 pm. To participate please contact Hannah Fabrikant, or call (310) 506-4665.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES. If you are aware of any short-term projects or long-term employment opportunities for qualified recent graduates who are eager to gain work experience, please contact Selina Farrell.

Tacha Tour 2.0: Upgrading the Alumni Network!

Dean Tacha has met you, and now she wants to enhance your connections to each other and to Pepperdine. Help us "Upgrade the Alumni Network!"

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