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Pepperdine University School of Law - Alumni Docket
Malibu Campus
October 2007
October brings preeminent Constitutional scholars, a Pulitzer Prize Winner, and a Nobel Laureate to the School of Law.
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Teeny Little Super Guy
One year ago, John Hurney ('92) and his wife Monica found out their 3-year-old son Noah had leukemia. After daily trips to hospital, chemotherapy treatments, and bi-monthly blood transfusions, their little guy is braver than ever. more


Professor Ed Larson Writes on the Election of 1800
Ed Larson, acclaimed author and winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize in History, has released a new book, A Magnificent Catastrophe: The Tumultuous Election of 1800, America's First Presidential Campaign. more

Pepperdine Hosts Roberts Court Symposium
Pepperdine will host "An Enigmatic Court? Examining the Roberts Court As It Begins Year Three," with constitutional scholars Kathleen Sullivan, Jeffrey Rosen, Vikram Amar, and Judges O'Scannlain and Reinhardt of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. more

Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus to Speak on Microcredit at Pepperdine
Dr. Muhammad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank of Bangladesh, will lecture on "Social Enterprise: Doing Well by Doing Good" at Pepperdine on Saturday, Oct. 20. more

Professor Kmiec Headlines the News
Professor Kmiec has permeated the news recently with op-eds in two of the country's leading newspapers, and featured comments in an audio podcast about Supreme Court jurisprudence. more


City of Hope Blood Drive
October 16-18, 2007
School of Law & West LA Campus

One of Southern California's leading biomedical research and treatment centers and hospitals for cancer and other life-threatening diseases asks you to give a little of yourself to those in need. For information, visit the School of Law Web site.

Book Signing: "A Magnificent Catastrophe"
October 16, 2007
School of Law

The Roberts Court Begins Year Three:
'A Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery, Inside an Enigma'
October 19, 2007
School of Law

Asylum: A Home for the Oppressed
Presented by The Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion, and Ethics
November 9, 2007
School of Law
Join our panel of distinguished panel of experts in the fields of asylum and religious liberty at this half-day event, with a special focus on religious-based claims for asylum. Contact professor Melanie Howard, Associate Director of the Nootbaar Institute, at melanie.howard@pepperdine.edu with questions.

on the road

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Dean Starr and Stacy Taylor are always on the move. They're coming to your area soon!
Contact Morgan Thrower at morgan.thrower@pepperdine.edu with questions or to get more information about hosting an event in your area.


Upcoming Local Events:

Phoenix, AZ
October 26, 2007
Cost: $25

Hosted by Mark Ogden (JD '91) and Darren Pitts (MBA '95) at the home of Mark Ogden.
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