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Interfaith Student Council

The Interfaith Student Council was created to ensure that students from all faith backgrounds feel welcome in the Pepperdine community. The Interfaith Student Council meets throughout the academic year to discuss spiritual life matters at the law school and to get to know one another across religious lines. The members of the council represent all of the religious groups that exist in the student body of the law school, including Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Latter Day Saints, and more.
For more information on the Interfaith Student Council, contact the chair at laila.masud@pepperdine.edu.