Dean Paul L. Caron and his wife, Courtney, have made a $125,000 gift to help endow the Pepperdine Caruso Law Student Emergency Fund.
"We are deeply moved by the efforts of the Pepperdine Caruso Law community coming together to honor Jim in such a significant way," said Harry Caldwell, professor of law and longtime friend of Professor McGoldrick.
Dean Paul L. Caron has signed an open letter along with law deans from across the nation asking that recent law graduates be granted a diploma privilege due to the uncertainties of the ongoing pandemic.
Professor Tom Stipanowich Quoted in "How Olivia de Havilland Took on the Studio System and Won" -- Variety Magazine
Professor Thomas J. Stipanowich is quoted in an article on the actress who changed the Hollywood studio employment structure.
Dean Paul Caron Joins Other California Law Deans in Letter Requesting California Supreme Court to Retroactively Apply Lower Cut Score to February 2020 Bar Exam-Takers
Dean Paul L. Caron and other California law school deans request that the Court allow bar admission to the February 2020 bar exam-takers who scored between 139 and 144 on the exam.
Professor Maureen Weston, "COVID-19's Lasting Impact on the Sports Industry" -- Santa Clara Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Maureen Arellano Weston's article, "COVID-19's Lasting Impact on the Sports Industry: Financial, Legal, and Innovation," will be published in the Santa Clara Law Review.
Professor Chris Goodman Re-appointed to LACBA President's Advisory Committee on Women in the Legal Profession
Professor Christine Chambers Goodman will serve another term on the Los Angeles County Bar Association committee that promotes the full participation of women lawyers in the legal profession.
Professor Kris Knaplund's Article, "Children of Assisted Reproduction vs. Old Dynasty Trusts," Featured in ABA Case Update Law Review Articles of Interest
Professor Kristine S. Knaplund's article, "Children of Assisted Reproduction vs. Old Dynasty Trusts: A New Approach" (57 San Diego L. Rev. 301), is featured in the American Bar Association Family Law Section's June 2020 Case Update.
From the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh has led global conversations on the role of mediators, and alternative dispute resolution more broadly, in serving as problem solvers, conveners, and peacemakers during these challenging times.