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The Nootbaar Institute regularly hosts a conference on an important and thought-provoking topic. Addressing a wide range of issues such as religious freedom, human rights, and diversity, the Institute seeks to bring top scholars, lawyers, students, and the community together to ultimately have a positive impact on society.
Pepperdine University School of Law is hosting a festschrift to celebrate the work of Professor Robert F. Cochran, Jr. Members of the legal community will gather to discuss Professor Cochran's legacy and scholarly influence in the areas of law, religion, and ethics over his extraordinary career.
8:30 am Check-in and Breakfast
9:15 am Opening Remarks
9:30 am Panel 1: Law and Religion
Angela Carmella, Michael McConnell, and David Skeel // Moderator: Ken Elzinga
10:45 am Coffee and Tea Break
11:00 am Panel 2: Law, Ethics, and Theology
Roger Alford, David Caudill, Amy Uelmen, and David VanDrunen // Moderator: David Han
12:15 pm Lunch
1:30 pm Panel 3: Law, Religion, and Community
Barbara Armacost, William Brewbaker, Nathan Chapman, and Richard Garnett // Moderator: Zachary Calo
2:45 pm Remarks from Bob Cochran
3:00 pm Closing Remarks
Conference Program + Speakers
Publications of Robert F. Cochran, Jr.
Other Conference Details
Parking: Please park in Lot F across from the law school. When you turn onto Baxter Drive the entrance to the lot will be on your right.
Conference Location: The conference will be held in classroom D at the school of law. Meals will be held in the atrium with seating available inside and on the patio.
Check-in: Upon arrival, come through the main entrance doors and down the staircase. You will see the check-in table just outside of the classroom where the conference will be held.
If you have questions about the substance of the conference, contact Derek Muller email@example.com or Michael Helfand firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions about the details of the conference, contact Jenna DeWalt email@example.com or 310.506.6978.
The conference will be co-sponsored by Pepperdine's Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion, and Ethics, the Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies.