Professor Tom Stipanowich Quoted in "How Olivia de Havilland Took on the Studio System and Won" -- Variety Magazine
Professor Thomas J. Stipanowich is quoted in an article on the actress who changed the Hollywood studio employment structure.
Sid Fohrman (JD '00) and Christiane Kinney (JD '98) Named to Billboard's Top Music Lawyers 2020 List
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumni Sid Fohrman and Christiane Kinney have both been named to Billboards' Top Music Lawyers List for 2020.
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus and Board of Advisors member James S. Azadian (JD '01) has been included in Leaders of Influence: Top Litigators and Trial Lawyers.
Dean Paul Caron Joins Other California Law Deans in Letter Requesting California Supreme Court to Retroactively Apply Lower Cut Score to February 2020 Bar Exam-Takers
Dean Paul L. Caron and other California law school deans request that the Court allow bar admission to the February 2020 bar exam-takers who scored between 139 and 144 on the exam.
Dean Paul Caron presented the conversation, “Alumni on the Federal Bench: Courts in the Age of COVID,” with three of Pepperdine Caruso Law's distinguished alumni who serve as U.S. District Court judges.
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus and Board of Advisors member James S. Azadian has authored a two-part series on the Supreme Court's October 2019 term in review.
The first event in the series drew inspiration from “Just Mercy,” a movie that highlights the life and efforts of Bryan Stevenson, a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer who founded the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama.
Professor Maureen Weston, "COVID-19's Lasting Impact on the Sports Industry" -- Santa Clara Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Maureen Arellano Weston's article, "COVID-19's Lasting Impact on the Sports Industry: Financial, Legal, and Innovation," will be published in the Santa Clara Law Review.