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Featured Stories -2010

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First Year Fellows

Alumni Sean Crane and Greer Illingworth relocate to Uganda to advance the rule of law as Nootbaar Fellows.
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Rising To The Top

Third-year student Amber Lee leads the team to victory at the National Civil Trial Competition.
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A Spirit Of Service

Alumna Mary Pat Toups reflects on her 36-year career as a pro bono lawyer advocating for children and seniors.
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On Religious Freedom

Professor Bob Cochran addresses government leaders in Sudan at a conference hosted by the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
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Bright Futures

Fulbright scholars Yosra Abid and Olesia Safulko study at Pepperdine's Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution.
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Inspiring Excellence

Pepperdine presents Professor Peter Robinson with the Howard A. White Award for Teaching Excellence.
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Friendly Competition

Pepperdine hosts 32 schools from around the world for the third annual Foreign Direct Investment International Moot Court Competition.
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Watch The Video

Pepperdine Hosts a Conversation with Benjamin Odoki, Chief Justice of Uganda.
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Fighting For The Youth

Second-year student Chalak Richards advocates for Toronto's inner-city children.
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Return Journey

Deans Tim Perrin and Jim Gash work with Pepperdine law students to advocate for imprisoned children in Uganda.
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For The Least Of Three

Second-year Hannah Stearns spends her summer fighting for women and children with the International Justice Mission in Uganda.
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Passport To The World

Alumna Kristin Heinrich (JD '10) landed a clerkship in the U.S. Department of Justice by pursuing her passion for international human rights.
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Fun With Deals And Contracts

Jennifer Schaeffer (JD '02) brings reality shows on air as an entertainment lawyer.
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On The Ground In Burma

Amanda Carroll (JD '09) fights human rights abuses in Burma through one of Pepperdine's Nootbaar Fellowships.
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An Entrepreneurial Spirit

Palmer Center Fellow Ben Anderson Launches New Businesses
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Taking Flight

Palmer Center Fellow Ben Anderson Launches New Businesses
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Q and A With Richard Cho

Assistant General Manager for the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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Straus Institute Hosted American Conference On Justice At A Crossroads

Assistant Pepperdine's Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution hosted the conference "American Justice at a Crossroads: A Public and Private Crisis," on Thursday, April 15 at the School of Law.
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Cultivating Community

Student Kimberly McCall Takes the Reins of Pepperdine's Christian Legal Society.
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International Scholarship Discussed U.S Tort Law At Pepperdine Law Review Symposium

Pepperdine University School of Law hosted international scholars for a symposium titled, "Does the World Still Need U.S. Tort Law? (Or Did it Ever?)" on Friday, April 16, in Malibu, California.
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International Scholar

Fulbright Scholar Benito Vega Gonzalez Studies at the Straus Institute.
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33rd Annual Law Dinner To Feature Lord Nicholas Phillips

Pepperdine University School of Law hosted Lord Nicholas Phillips, president of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, for the 33rd Annual Law Dinner on Saturday, March 6, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
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Negotiation At Work

Third-year Student Tom Feher Competes at the ABA National Negotiation Competition.
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A Thinking Man

Third-year student Jonathan Loch lands a clerkship in the Washington State Supreme Court.
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Pepperdine Wins National Aba Labor And Trial Competition

Pepperdine University School of Law took gold at the sixth annual ABA Labor and Employment Trial Advocacy Competition in Washington, D.C., Jan. 30-31. Students Richard Gillespie, Seth Laursen, Hannah Montgomery, and Zack Shine comprised the winning team.
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Nootbar Institute Presents Conference In The Role Of The Church In Doing Justice

Pepperdine University's Herbert and Elinor Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion, and Ethics will host "The Role of the Church in Doing Justice," on February 19, 2010 at the School of Law in Malibu, California.
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Justice Kennedy Gave Forth Annual William French Smith Memorial Lecture

Pepperdine University School of Law hosted the Honorable Anthony M. Kennedy, associate justice, United States Supreme Court for the fourth annual William French Smith Memorial Lecture on Feb. 3 in Henry J. and Gloria Caruso Auditorium.
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