Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus Zachary Carstens (JD '21) has been named a 2022 James Wilson Fellow by the James Wilson Institute on National Rights and the American Founding.
Professors Barry McDonald and Robert Pushaw Quoted in "A 'Catastrophe' or a 'New Era'? Legal Community Reacts as SCOTUS Rescinds Abortion Precedents" -- National Law Review
Professors Barry P. McDonald and Robert J. Pushaw are quoted in the National Law Journal on the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.
Professor Tom Stipanowich Interviewed on "The Unexpected Shackles of Binding Arbitration" -- Business Disrupted Podcast
Professor Thomas J. Stipanowich is interviewed on binding arbitration agreements in the workplace on Business Disrupted podcast.
Associate Dean Chalak Richards Presents on Communications and Connections at National Association of Law Student Affairs Professionals Conference
Associate Dean for Student Life, Diversity, and Belonging Chalak Richards and Director of Marketing and Communications Kim Prince presented on law school communications and connections at the National Association of Law Student Affairs Professionals Conference.
Professor Barry McDonald Quoted in "Guns and Abortion: Contradictory Decisions or Consistent?" -- ABC News
Professor Barry P. McDonald is quoted in the ABC News article, "Guns and Abortion: Contradictory Decision, or Consistent?"
Professor Colleen P. Graffy's report, "Who Will Own the Oceans? Current shifts in the global geopolitical order could influence how unresolved maritime disputes evolve," is published in Geopolitical Intelligence Reports.
Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh gave a presentation at the International Academy of Mediators 2022 Conference, taking place in Montreal, Canada.
Professor Trey Childress Participates in U.S. State Department Advisory Committee on International Law Meeting
Professor Donald Earl (Trey) Childress participated in a meeting of the U.S. State Department’s Advisory Committee on International Law on June 22.
Professor Michael Helfand Quoted on Supreme Court Religious School Funding Decision in New York Sun and Forward News
Professor Michael A. Helfand is quoted in articles in the New York Sun and Forward News regarding the Supreme Court decision in Carson v. Makin.