As we begin the year with a renewed sense of hope and purpose, I want to welcome you to the spring 2021 semester at Pepperdine Caruso Law.
Professor Maureen Weston Presents "Arbitration and the Tokyo 2020 Olympics" at PennState Law 2021 Arbitration Law Review Symposium
Professor Maureen Arellano Weston spoke at the PennState Law 2021 Arbitration Law Review Symposium "Arbitration in the Age of COVID-19."
On February 26, Pepperdine Law Review hosted its annual and first virtual symposium: Hindsight is 2020: A Look at Unresolved Issues in Music Copyright Law.
Pepperdine Caruso Law hosted its inaugural Belonging Awards on February 25. The evening virtual ceremony celebrated the diversity of Caruso Law’s alumni, students, faculty, and staff.
Professor Kris Knaplund Presents "Reimagining Postmortem Conception" -- LA County Probate Judges Program
Professor Kristine S. Knaplund spoke on inheritance statutes in a CLE program for Los Angeles County probate judges.
Congress designated March to be Women’s History Month in 1987, a designation which has been followed by official Presidential Proclamation every year since. This month, we are proud to recognize an amazing alumna who exemplified all the good that women bring to the law, the Honorable Beverly Reid O’Connell (JD ‘90).
On February 17, the Pepperdine Caruso Law chapter of the Christian Legal Society hosted a student-led panel to discuss the relationship between the Christian faith and American politics.
Two of Pepperdine Caruso Law's moot court teams competed at the virtual San Francisco Regional ABA Law Student Division National Appellate Advocacy Competition.
Beginning this coming fall, Professor Koh will be teaching courses related to immigration law, criminal law, and ethics, as well as co-directing the Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion, and Ethics.
Straus Institute adjunct professor and alumna Rebecca Callahan (LLM ‘07) was the featured neutral mediator selected and profiled by the Los Angeles Daily Journal.