Professor David S. Han's article, "Brandenburg and Terrorism in the Digital Age," has been published in the Brooklyn Law Review.
Professor Jeffrey R. Baker, "Zero-Tolerance: The Trump Administration's Human Rights Violations" -- Drexel Law Review (Forthcoming 2020-2021)
Professor Jeffrey R. Baker's article, "Zero-Tolerance: The Trump Administration's Human Rights Violations Against Migrants on the Southern Border" will be published in the Drexel Law Review.
Professor Tiffany Williams Speaks on Indemnity Contracts at ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation Conference
Professor Tiffany Williams presented "What's In your Indemnity Contract?" at the 2020 ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation Conference.
Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh, "Working with Corporate Culture: Best Practices for Attorneys in Business," Willamette Law Review (Forthcoming 2020)
Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh's article, "Working with Corporate Culture: Best Practices for Attorneys in Business," will be published in the Willamette Law Review (forthcoming 2020).
Professor Ahmed Taha presented "Advertising Opinions" at the 2nd Annual Consumer Law Scholars Conference at UC Berkeley School of Law.
Professor Kristine S. Knaplund presented "When ART and 23AndMe Shake the Family Tree: Updating Estate Plans for Changing Families" at American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.
Professor Maureen Weston is quoted in the PoliticoPro article "How An Antitrust Lawsuit Could Upturn the NCAA."
The Heritage Foundation will present the Annual Colonel James S. McGinley Lecture on March 11 with National Security Advisor Robert C. O'Brien.
Pepperdine Caruso Law hosted a Disaster Response Symposium in partnership with the ABA Standing Committee on Disaster Response and Preparedness and the ABA Young Lawyers Division Legal Services Program, and with generous support from the Malibu Foundation.