Pepperdine Caruso Law Moot Court Team Competes in 2021 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition National Rounds
The Pepperdine Caruso Law moot court team of Ashley Koos and David Portillo competed at the national rounds of the 2021 ABA Law Student Division National Appellate Advocacy Competition that took place virtually in Chicago.
Pepperdine Caruso Law Trial Advocacy Students Compete in San Fernando Valley Bar Association's Inaugural Mock Trial Competition
Pepperdine Caruso Law’s trial advocacy program completed a very successful year with another finalist finish in the San Fernando Valley Bar Association’s Inaugural Mock Trial Competition.
For Muslims, Ramadan is a holy time of fasting and consecration. It is the ninth month in the lunar calendar, and a time when Muslims focus on personal growth and reflection.
Pepperdine Law Review is proud to announce the winner of the 2021 Ronald M. Sorenson Memorial Writing Award, which is presented to the member of Law Review who submits the most well-written, thoroughly researched, and intellectually engaging comment or note.
Professor Colleen Graffy Presents "Pandemic Pedagogy: Technology to the Rescue!" -- Southern Illinois University School of Law
Professor Colleen P. Graffy spoke at the Southern Illinois University School of Law's virtual symposium, "Innovations in International Legal Education during the Pandemic."
Pepperdine Caruso Law Honors Community Members at 7th Annual Parris Institute for Professional Excellence Awards
Each year, Pepperdine Caruso Law invites the entire community of students, faculty, and staff to nominate their colleagues and peers who represent outstanding integrity, character, and leadership for the Annual Parris Institute for Professional Excellence Awards.
Professor Babette Boliek, "Upgrading Unconscionability: A Common Law Ally for a Digital World" -- Maryland Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Babette E. Boliek's article, "Upgrading Unconscionability: A Common Law Ally for a Digital World," will be published in the Maryland Law Review.
Professor Shelley Saxer, "Necessity Exceptions to Takings" -- University of Hawaii Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Shelley Ross Saxer's article, "Necessity Exceptions to Takings," will be published in the University of Hawaii Law Review.
Professor Victoria Schwartz, "Leveling up to a Reasonable Woman's Expectation of Privacy" -- University of Colorado Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Victoria L. Schwartz's article, "Leveling up to a Reasonable Woman's Expectation of Privacy," will be published in the University of Colorado Law Review.