Twenty-five years ago this week, Pepperdine Caruso Law first-year students Kimberly Dawn Ellis and Jeannine Gregory lost their lives in a car accident.
Pepperdine Caruso Law Restoration and Justice Clinic third-year students and court-court certified law clerks Mags Campbell and Eleezay Bokhari filed a Vacatur Petition for a human trafficking client at the Clara Foltz Criminal Courthouse.
Kelly Shea Delvac (JD '21) and Alex Boutelle (JD '21) Take the Helm at Christian Legal Society of Los Angeles
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumni Kelly Shea Delvac (JD ‘21) and Alex Boutelle (JD '21) have stepped into leadership roles at the Christian Legal Society of Los Angeles Chapter.
Professor Jacob Charles is quoted in the Syracuse Central NY News story, "Can You Bring a Gun to the Zoo? On a Bus? Syracuse Judge Eagerly Rewrites NY Firearms Law."
Professor Mary Hoopes, "Law Clerk Selection and Diversity: Insights from Fifty Sitting Judges of the Federal Courts of Appeal"
Professor Mary S. Hoopes has co-authored the study, "Law Clerk Selection and Diversity: Insights from Fifty Sitting Judges of the Federal Courts of Appeal," with Judge Jeremy Fogel of the Berkeley Judicial Institute and California Supreme Court Associate Justice Goodwin Liu.
Professor Mark Kubisch, "ESG, Public Pensions, and Compelled Speech" -- Texas A and M Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Mark Kubisch's article, "ESG, Public Pensions, and Compelled Speech," will be published in the Texas A and M Law Review.
Professor Chris Goodman Presents "'Excuse Me?' Interrupting Racial, Gender, and Ethnic Biases in Administrative Proceedings" -- National Association of Hearing Officials
Professor Chris Chambers Goodman presented "'Excuse Me?' Interrupting Racial, Gender, and Ethnic Biases in Administrative Proceedings" for the National Association of Hearing Officials Fall 2022 Virtual Conference.
Professor Tanya Cooper Presents "Making a Difference for Domestic Violence Survivors" -- St. Luke Lutheran Church
Professor Tanya Asim Cooper presented "Making a Difference for Domestic Violence Survivors" for the faith community at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Woodland Hills, California.
The third annual United Against Hate Week, hosted by LA vs. Hate, a project of the LA County Human Relations Commission, took place November 13–19, 2022.