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Pepperdine Caruso Law to Present Alumni on the Federal Bench -- Courts in the Age of COVID

July 17, 2020  | 1 min read

On Wednesday, July 22, Pepperdine Caruso Law Dean Paul L. Caron will moderate the conversation "Alumni on the Federal Bench -- Courts in the Age of COVID." With the onset of COVID-19, courts across America have shut down, repened, partially reopened, and are reimagining the way forward. Dean Caron will interview Pepperdine Caruso Law's three alumni on the federal bench: the Honorable Jennifer Dorsey (JD '97) of the District of Nevada, the Honorable Andre Birotte (JD '91) of the Central District of California, and the Honorable Charles Eskridge (JD '91) of the Southern District of Texas.

The judges will discuss what has happened since the onset of COVID-19 in California, Nevada, and Texas, the future of the federal courts, and best practices for lawyers. There will also be time to submit questions. Please join us for this unique opportunity to sit down with three of Pepperdine Caruso Law's finest alumni and hear about the future of the federal judiciary.

Registration is free and may be found here

Student Emergency Fund: You are invited to give a gift during the registration process which will go directly to the Caruso School of Law's Student Emergency Fund. This fund ensures that students receive the instruction and support they need during times of uncertainty.