On August 8, 2022, the Pepperdine Caruso Law community was pleased to welcome the Class of 2025 to Launch Week, a week-long introduction to law school and professional formation.
In alignment with the Pepperdine Caruso Law Office of Diversity and Belonging Strategic Plan, the purpose of the Office of Diversity and Belonging is to ensure that Caruso Law is a place where all belong.
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, begins this year at sundown on Sunday, September 25 and continues through nightfall on September 27.
Bazil Cunningham Article, "The Xinjiang Conflict: Why It's Time to Try Mediation," Selected for The Indonesian Journal of International and Comparative Law
Pepperdine Caruso Law third-year student Bazil Cunningham's article, "The Xinjiang Conflict: Why It's Time to Try Mediation," has been selected for publication in The Indonesian Journal of International and Comparative Law.
The Sudreau Global Justice Institute (SGJI) is a human rights organization based out of Pepperdine Caruso School of Law working to make access to justice a reality for all people, everywhere.
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus Bobby Saadian (JD/MBA ‘05) has received a $35 million jury verdict award in an accident injury lawsuit.
Professor Colleen P. Graffy is interviewed on Times Radio UK regarding Yevgeny Prigozhin recruiting in Russian prisons for inmates to serve in the "Wagner Group" in the war against Ukraine.
Professor Jacob Charles Quoted in "A New Credit Card Code is a First Step in Preventing Gun Violence" -- NPR
Professor Jacob Charles is quoted in the NPR article, "A New Credit Card Code is a First Step in Preventing Gun Violence, Advocates Say."
The Second Annual Pepperdine Caruso Law Tennis Tournament was held on Friday, September 9 at the Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center.
Jasmine Sadeghani Awarded Second Place in ABA Section of Real Property, Trusts, and Estates Writing Competition
Pepperdine Caruso Law third-year student Jasmine Sadeghani has been recognized for her paper, "Heir(ing) on the Side of Caution: Is California's Intestacy Statute Too Strict For Posthumous Children Seeking to Inherit Social Security Benefits?"