Who We Are
Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law's Global Justice Program touches all corners of the globe through its initiatives in international human rights and religious freedom, advancement of the rule of law, and global development. Through these initiatives, students and faculty collaborate to seek justice and create a lasting impact in some of the world's most vulnerable places.
On October 6th and 7th, the Sudreau Global Justice Institute and the Judiciary of Uganda hosted a plea bargaining session at Luzira Prison in Kampala, Uganda.
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.
Rwanda Judiciary Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Pepperdine Caruso Law's Sudreau Global Justice Institute
After years of friendship and informal partnership, Pepperdine Caruso Law’s Sudreau Global Justice Institute officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Judiciary of Rwanda.
The Sudreau Global Justice Institute is preparing for its annual Spring Break Trip to Uganda and applications are now open!
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumna Amy E. Brown (JD ‘13) has been appointed as the inaugural Anti-Human Trafficking Fellow at the Sudreau Global Justice Institute.
On June 6, 2021, Sudreau Global Justice Program Director Cameron McCollum (JD ‘17) led an MCLE program for Pepperdine students, staff, faculty, and alumni titled “Access to Justice in the Developing World.”
Director of the Sudreau Global Justice Institute Cameron McCollum discusses access to justice in developing countries, the current state of affairs in Africa, and opportunities for improvement.
The Sudreau Global Justice Institute at Pepperdine Caruso Law provides law students academic training and hands-on opportunities around the world to advocate on the behalf of those in need.
The Sudreau Global Justice Institute kicked off its fundraising campaign on Giving Tuesday and raised over $5000 in a single day!