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Law School Swears in Recent Graduates to the State and Federal Courts

The Pepperdine University School of Law welcomed 90 recent graduates to the California Bar Admissions Ceremony in the Caruso Auditorium on December 7.
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A heart for children

Recipe for Success

When Kimberly Reiner (JD '95) and Jenna Sanz-Agero (JD '95) were students at the Pepperdine School of Law, neither expected their careers to turn toward the kitchen.
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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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A heart for children

Dean Deanell Reece Tacha Receives 2012 American Inns of Court's A. Sherman Christensen Award.

The Honorable Deanell Reece Tacha was selected to receive the prestigious 2012 American Inns of Court's A. Sherman Christensen Award.
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Visiting Faculty

Harry Caldwell Selected as Recipient of the 2012 Howard A. White Award for Teaching Excellence

Professor Harry Caldwell was selected as a recipient of the 2012 Howard A. White Award for Teaching Excellence.
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Visiting Faculty

USAID Launched New Modern Day Slavery Iinitiative From Pepperdine

USAID chose Pepperdine University as the site from which the organization launched its newest initiative, the Counter Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Campus Challenge.
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Visiting Faculty

Akhil Amar Presents America's Unwritten Constitution

D & L Straus Distinguished Visiting Professor Akhil Reed Amar celebrated the 225th anniversary of the United States Constitution at the Pepperdine School of Law in August with a presentation of his latest book, America's Unwritten Constitution.
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Visiting Faculty

U.S. Attorney And Pepperdine Alum Andre Birotte EncouragesSudents With A Career Of Service

More than 100 members of the Pepperdine Law community welcomed Andŕe Birotte to The Mendenhall Appellate Courtroom in September for a candid discussion of Birotte's career.
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Pepperdine Law Students Bring a Family Home

Pepperdine To Tackle The Law Of Climate Change At The Sixth Annual William French Smith Memorial Lecture

Pepperdine Law will host the sixth annual William French Smith Memorial Lecture on Friday, Oct. 19th, at 2 p.m. in the Henry J. and Gloria Caruso Auditorium. This year's featured topic will be The Law of Climate Change.
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Visiting Faculty

Introducing the Fall 2012 Professors

Three key names in the legal field have joined the Pepperdine School of Law as visiting professors for the fall 2012 semester.
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Visiting Faculty

The Advocate

Today's struggling economy hasn't been fun or easy for most people, but alumnus Paul Zwier (JD '78) has witnessed an unexpected upside for the legal profession.
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School of Law Campaign

New faces in the Dean's Suite

The Deans' Suite at the School of Law welcomed four new faces this summer.
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Tacha National Tour

Pepperdine Hosts Gary Haugen's Meetings on Internationl Justice Mission

The Pepperdine School of Law welcomed guest lecturer Gary Haugen for a second time March 31-April 6.
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Advocating Success

Jay Milbrandt's latest book challenges readers to "Go+ Do"

Jay Milbrandt's latest book, Go + Do, was welcomed by readers at an official release reception held at the School of Law in April.
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Ken Feinberg

Pepperdine Law Review Hosts the Lawyer of the Future

The Pepperdine School of Law and members of the board of the Pepperdine Law Review hosted The Lawyer of the Future, a symposium that explored the impact of past and present lawyers and the lessons they provide for future generations
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Pepperdine Law Magazine

Global Ambitions: Stevie Newton leaves Pepperdine in hopes of making a Difference

Stevie Newton's dreams of a life as an attorney don't involve big law firms, a corner office, or an excess of money.
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Publishing the Presidency

Pepperdine Appellate And Trial Teams Wrap-Up Another Successfull Season Of Competition

The Pepperdine School of Law appellate, trial, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) teams wrapped up a successful year of competitions in April.
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Saving Henry

Nootbar and Glazer Institutes Host "The Competing Claims of Law and Religion"

The Pepperdine School of Law Herbert and Elinor Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion, and Ethics, and the University's Diane and Guilford Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies, teamed to host the third annual Religious Legal Theory conference, The Competing Claims of Law and Religion: Who Should Influence Whom?. The event was held on the Malibu campus February 23 through 25.
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William French Smith Memorial Lecture

Pepperdine Law Hosts Twelfth Annual Judicial Clerkship Institute

The Pepperdine School of Law hosted the 12th annual Wm. Matthew Byrne, Jr. Judicial Clerkship Institute (Byrne JCI) in March, garnering favorable reviews as it continues the tradition as the only law school in the country to sponsor such a conference.
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Hearing Her Story

Stevie Schultz Serves As Interrim Assistant Dean for Student Life

The dean's suite at the School of Law welcomed Steve Schultz in January for a stint as interim assistant dean for student life.
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Visiting Faculty

A Day in the Life: The Gash Family Makes Its Mark In Uganda

Fourteen days in to their six month stay in Uganda, and the Gash family shares stories of their new life.
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Endowed Chair

The 39th Annual Dinner Celebrates the Right Honourable Beverley McLacklin

The 39th Annual School of Law Dinner welcomed more than 600 guests into the ballroom of the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on Feb. 18, for a unique gathering that saluted The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, chief justice of Canada.
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Pepperdine Law Students Bring a Family Home

It is a simple four-room home, but to the Vasquez family it means new possibilities in their home country.
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Law School Welcomes Distinguished Visiting Faculty for Spring Semester

Four prominent figures in law and academia have returned to the School of Law for the spring 2012 semester.
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School of Law Campaign

We are called now to a higher level of stewardship to ensure the soundness and the future of the law school. This is the essence of the Law School's Campaign.
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Tacha National Tour

Tacha National Tour

Dean Tacha is traveling the country to meet alumni and to share her vision for Pepperdine Law.
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