As social justice and questions on race and equality continue to evolve, we want to update you on recent actions taken at Pepperdine Caruso Law and invite you to become involved in these actions as we move forward as a law school and as a community.
Pepperdine Caruso Law Legal Aid Clinic Partners with the Los Angeles City Attorney's Homeless and Engagement Response Team
Directed by Professor Brittany Stringfellow-Otey, the Legal Aid Clinic is partnering with the LA City Attorney’s Homeless and Engagement Response Team to connect people experiencing homelessness with critical legal services.
Pepperdine Caruso Law Establishes Guaranteed Scholarships for Students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities
The pathway to law school just got wider and smoother at the Pepperdine University Rick J. Caruso School of Law.
On Friday, September 25, Pepperdine Caruso Law hosted a panel discussion organized by students on Justice Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat with panelists Professors Christine Chambers Goodman, Barry McDonald, and Mark Scarberry, which was moderated by Dean Chalak Richards.
On Saturday, September 19, Pepperdine Caruso Law hosted the annual For People of Color (“FPOC”) Admissions Conference, which had the highest attendance in the three years that the school has sponsored the event, in conjunction with For People of Color, Inc.
Pepperdine Caruso Law Adjunct Professor Selina J. Shultz was presented the 2020 David McKibbin Excellence in Teaching Award by Dean Paul Caron.
Diversity Week at Pepperdine Caruso Law is an annual series of events designed to bring the community together to celebrate the rich cultural and spiritual diversity that exists among our student body, alumni, faculty, and staff.
On the evening of September 10, the Pepperdine Caruso School of Law community came together virtually for a Celebration of Life for Professor James M. McGoldrick.
Pepperdine Caruso Law third-year student Kelly Shea Delvac’s article, “Liberty and Just[Compensation] for All: Wrongful Conviction as a Fifth Amendment Taking,” has been accepted for publication in the Connecticut Law Review.