Dean Paul L. Caron's message to the Pepperdine Caruso Law community on the law school's recent outstanding achievements and the new academic year.
Professor Gregory S. McNeal worked with the World Economic Forum and the City of Los Angeles on advanced aerial mobility.
Dean Paul Caron Joins California Law Deans In Letter Requesting California Supreme Court to Make October Online Bar Exam Open-Book
Deans from ABA-accredited law schools in California have asked the California Supreme Court to change its online October bar exam to an open-book format with no remote proctoring.
Professor Tiffany Williams Selected by ABA Rule of Law Initiative to Consult with African Union Administrative Tribunal
Professor Tiffany Williams will mentor legal staff on developing revised standards within the tribunal.
Since 1988, the U.S. Government has set aside the period from September 15 to October 15 as National Hispanic American Heritage Month to honor the many contributions Hispanic and Latinx Americans have made and continue to make to the United States of America.
On the evening of September 10, the Pepperdine Caruso School of Law community came together virtually for a Celebration of Life for Professor James M. McGoldrick.
Professor Jeffrey Baker Presents "Lawyering During Crisis" -- AALS Section on Clinical Education: Externships Webinar
Professor Jeffrey R. Baker presented "Lawyering During Crisis" for an AALS Section on Clinical Education: Externships webinar.
Professor Gregory S. McNeal is quoted in the article,"No, Amazon won’t deliver you a burrito by drone anytime soon."
Pepperdine Caruso Law third-year student Kelly Shea Delvac’s article, “Liberty and Just[Compensation] for All: Wrongful Conviction as a Fifth Amendment Taking,” has been accepted for publication in the Connecticut Law Review.
Professor Thomas Stipanowich, "Arbitration, Mediation and Mixed Modes" -- Harvard Negotiation Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Thomas J. Stipanowich's article, "Arbitration, Mediation and Mixed Modes: Seeking Workable Solutions and Common Ground on Med-Arb, Arb-Med and Settlement-Oriented Activities by Arbitrators," will be published in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review.