Professor Jacob Charles Quoted in "Local Biz Interests Welcome Gun-Free Times Square Zone" -- Law360
Professor Jacob D. Charles is quoted in the Law360 article, "Local Biz Interests Welcome Gun-Free Times Square Zone."
Rebecca Jurva-Brinn (JD '05) Featured in 20/20 Special Edition for Winning Homicide Case in Michigan Circuit Court
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumna Rebecca Jurva-Brinn (JD '05) is featured in a 20/20 Special Edition episode for winning a homicide case in Michigan's 7th Judicial Circuit Court.
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumna Natela Shenon (JD '08) announces the merger of her firm Shenon Law with Alpert Barr and Grant to form Grant | Shenon, APLC.
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus Kai Lawrence (JD '11) argued the case JBNC v. Namahoe before the Hawaii Supreme Court on August 25.
The Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution is featured in The National Jurist article, "How an LL.M. Can Advance Your Career."
Professor Thomas J. Stipanowich presented the keynote address at the second annual Norwegian Mediation Conference.
Professor Barry P. McDonald is interviewed on the World Radio Legal Docket podcast episode "Level Praying Field."
While hotels, motels, and similar lodging establishments are often designed to serve as short-term lodging for transient guests, California owners should be aware of their legal liabilities and obligations under traditional landlord-tenant laws.
Pepperdine Caruso Law Students Serve as Certified Law Clerks for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office
Pepperdine Caruso Law students John Irwin and Gabrielle Mix were two of the six certified law clerks for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office this summer for the Preliminary Hearing Unit in downtown Los Angeles.