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Law In the Holy Land

Advocating Success

The School of Law at Pepperdine built on its tradition of advocacy success last weekend in three separate events that saw teams of law students win the highly competitive National Civil Trial Competition and the regionals of the National Moot Court Competition, while Pepperdine hosted its 14th annual National Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition.
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Os Guinness

Two Alumni Explore Historical and Contemporary Political Elections in Respective Books

Two Pepperdine School of Law alumni have recently published books exploring two disparate yet integral elements of United States government and politics.
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Ken Feinberg

Ken Feinberg Launches Straus Institute Conversation Series

The Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution debuted an exciting new conversation series on November 14 at the School of Law to herald its 25th anniversary celebration.
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William French Smith Memorial Lecture

Distinguished Panel of Guests Lead Fifth Annual William French Smith Lecture

The School of Law welcomed a distinguished panel of guests to the Fifth Annual William French Smith Memorial Lecture on October 11 in the Henry J. and Gloria Caruso Auditorium at the School of Law, Malibu.
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Hearing Her Story

Hearing Her Story

"I spent 25 years on the United States Court of Appeals, and in the process I met women whose journeys have been very similar to my own, and they are journeys and stories that have very little been told."
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International Champions

Saving Henry

As a law professor, I understood that justice was not perfect. Yet this was injustice I could not ignore.
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Lincoln's Lessons for Lawyers

Pepperdine School of Law Recieves Generous Gift for New Endowed Chair

School of Law alumna Laure Sudreau-Rippe has provided Pepperdine with a generous gift to establish the Laure Sudreau-Rippe Endowed Chair at the School of Law.
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Pepperdine In DC

Q and A with Shirlene Love (JD '07), Director of Alumni Affairs

Did your natural aptitude for speech and debate activities in high school inspire you to pursue the law as a career?
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The New Frontier

How I served this Summer

Seventeen School of Law students in the International Human Rights Program under the umbrella of the Herb and Elinor Nootbaar Institute for Law, Religion, and Ethics recently returned to the Malibu campus after spending eight weeks abroad as global justice interns.
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Serving Forgotten Youth

Serving Forgotten Youth

With the youngest population in the world and a justice system hampered by rolling sessions and few established case precedents, Uganda's children can spend years waiting to have their case tried.
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Mumbai

Journey To Mumbai

As a Legal Fellow for the International Justice Mission in Mumbai, India, Emily Smith (JD '10) fought to eradicate sex-trafficking and underage prostitution.
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The bucket list professor

The Bucket List Professor

The National Jurist names Roger Cossack one of 23 law professors to take before you die.
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A heart for children

A Heart For Children

Recent graduate Janelle White finds her calling serving orphans across the world.
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A heart for children

Meet Dean Tacha

Deanell Reece Tacha has made her mark on the legal community as a distinguished jurist, serving for more than 25 years as a circuit judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit. As of June 1, she transitioned to a new post as the sixth dean of Pepperdine School of Law.
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A heart for children

Leader Of Lawyers

Professor Christine Goodman Elected to Los Angeles County Bar Association Board of Trustees
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A heart for children

Setting The Standard

The Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution builds on its 25-year history and continues to top the U.S. News rankings as the number one program for the seventh consecutive year.
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A heart for children

Meet The Tax Professor

Visiting professor Paul Caron reveals how his blog shot to success and why students should pay attention in tax law.
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A heart for children

Turning Setbacks Into Successes

Pepperdine's Special Education Advocacy Clinic helps parents advocate for their children with special needs.
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A heart for children

Pepperdine Hosts Condoleeza Rice, Secretary of State (2005-2009)

Condoleezza Rice visited Pepperdine University on Wednesday, Feb. 9, to share insights from her life and career in two special events at the Malibu campus.
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A heart for children

The E-Firm

Alumna Shannon Hirtensteiner creates flexibility for her family by founding a fully electronic labor law firm.
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