Pepperdine Caruso Law and the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution are pleased to offer premier academic programs and popular courses for summer 2020 in a remote instruction format. The program begins May 18, with classes beginning throughout the summer.
Pepperdine Caruso Law Adjunct Professor William Nix has joined as a partner of LOHAS Capital and LOHAS Advisors in social impact entertainment.
Pepperdine Caruso School of Law offers two online master’s degree programs: the online Master of Legal Studies with an optional concentration in dispute resolution and the online Master of Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine Caruso School of Law’s Straus Institute, top-ranked for dispute resolution in the U.S. News and World Report 2020 law school rankings.
Due to the social distancing measures that are part of a new reality for students and professionals, it is more important than ever to foster genuine relationships.
The Pepperdine Caruso Law clinical faculty nominated Jedidiah Segura as the 2019-2020 Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA) Outstanding Clinical Student Award.
Professor Robert Pushaw, "Comparing Literary and Biblical Hermeneutics to Constitutional and Statutory Interpretation" -- Pepperdine Law Review
Professor Robert J. Pushaw's article, "Comparing Literary and Biblical Hermeneutics to Constitutional and Statutory Interpretation," has been published in the Pepperdine Law Review.
Welcome to the Summer Connection Series. These stories will serve as a thread between our students, both incoming and current, graduates, and faculty as we highlight your endeavors and accomplishments while we navigate our changing lives.
Pepperdine University is saddened to announce the passing of Jim McGoldrick (’66), professor of law at the Caruso School of Law, who died over the weekend, following complications related to COVID-19. He was 76.
One way in which Pepperdine Caruso Law helps care for students during times of crisis is through the student emergency fund, which was established in 2017.
Professor Gregory S. McNeal is quoted in the Stateline article, "Did That Drone Just Tell Us to Stay 6 Feet Apart?"