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The differences between a JD and LLM degree are often not clearly understood. Learn for yourself what makes them different at Pepperdine Law!
The time it takes to get a law degree differs from school to school, but generally students can expect seven years of studies. Learn more.
The UCLA LLM Interview Program is a recruitment venue for employers who are interested in enlisting international legal talents and for internationally trained lawyers who are currently enrolled in an LLM program at a participating law school.
James A. Gash, associate dean for strategic planning and external relations and professor of law at the Pepperdine School of Law, has been named the eighth president and CEO of Pepperdine University.
Whether to improve their current job performance, move into a different field, or to enhance their knowledge of US law and important legal concepts, more and more students are turning to online education. Graduate Kinga Nagorny shares her experience in the Pepperdine Law Online Master of Legal Studies program.
Pepperdine Law Associate Director of Career Development Alexis Joyce outlines the critical steps to landing your dream legal career.
Pepperdine Law Assistant Dean for Admissions, Shannon Phillips, outlines the fundamentals to building a strong law school resume.
When deciding what type of law to practice, Pepperdine Law provides resources in the form of mentorships, professional associations, and externships that will help you on the path to a legal field you may not even know existed.
Choosing the right education, building relationships, and networking with potential clients are key factors in becoming a sports agent or sports lawyer.