Pepperdine Caruso Law students who are interested are encouraged to try out or apply for the 2020-2021 Moot Court Team, Moot Court Board, and Trial Team.
Pepperdine Caruso Law is pleased to present “A Conversation on Race,” featuring Black alumni who currently serve on the Board of Advisors and Dean’s Council.
Summer classes are continuing in an online format with opportunities for students to further their legal studies and skills.
Eric Wilson has been appointed the University Church's full-time preaching minister, a position previously held by Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus and former Dean of Students Al Sturgeon.
In response to the challenges posed by COVID-19 on summer employment opportunities, Pepperdine Caruso Law has recently implemented several programs to assist current students and recent graduates in enhancing their legal skills and launching their careers.
All of us at Pepperdine Caruso Law look forward to the day when we can join together in community once again. In the meantime, many events continue to proceed in an online format.
Seyfarth Shaw will share diversity initiatives with Pepperdine Caruso Law students through The Belonging Project.
The Caruso School of Law embraces our responsibility to address systemic injustices in our society. Our mission is to provide our students with the tools they need to become future leaders who will effect positive change in the world.
Pepperdine Caruso Law third-year student Kelly Shea Delvac's article, "Human Rights Abuses in the Enforcement of Coronavirus Security Measures," has been published in the National Law Review.