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Sukhsimranjit Singh Pepperdine Caruso Law faculty

Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh Presents "Successful Negotiations Across Borders: Tips from International Mediators" -- JAMS

Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh participated in a virtual panel discussion titled "Successful Negotiations Across Borders: Tips from International Mediators" on June 18.

Mary Hoopes Pepperdine Caruso Law faculty

Professor Mary Hoopes Presents "Resisting Precarious Labor" -- Law and Society Association Annual Meeting

Professor Mary S. Hoopes presented "Resisting Precarious Labor" at the Law and Society Association 2024 Annual Meeting.

Jacob Charles Pepperdine Caruso Law faculty

Professor Jacob Charles Presents "The Second Amendment: History, Politics, and the Future of Democracy" -- Vanderbilt University

Professor Jacob D. Charles presented "The Second Amendment: History, Politics, and the Future of Democracy" at the American Political History Conference held at Vanderbilt University.

Shelley Ross Saxer Pepperdine Caruso Law faculty

Professor Shelley Saxer, "Is It a Resource or Is It Property? How About Both?" -- Jotwell

Professor Shelley Ross Saxer's review, "Is It a Resource or Is It Property? How About Both?" is published in Jotwell.

Shaphan Roberts Pepperdine Straus Institute faculty

Adjunct Professor Shaphan Roberts, "Rebuilding Trust in a Divided Community: An Integrated Approach" -- Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

Straus Institute adjunct professor Shaphan Roberts's article, "Rebuilding Trust in a Divided Community: An Integrated Approach," is published in the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal.

Colleen Graffy and Harry Caldwell Pepperdine Caruso Law faculty

Professors Colleen Graffy and Harry Caldwell, "First Twelve in the Box: Implicit Bias Driving the Peremptory Challenge to the Point of Extinction" -- Oregon Law Review

Professors Colleen P. Graffy and Harry M. Caldwell's article, "First Twelve in the Box: Implicit Bias Driving the Peremptory Challenge to the Point of Extinction" is published in the Oregon Law Review.

Mary Hoopes Pepperdine Caruso Law faculty

Professor Mary Hoopes's Article, "Law Clerk Selection and Diversity: Insights From Fifty Sitting Judges of the Federal Courts of Appeals," Reviewed in the Daily Journal

Professor Mary S. Hoopes's article "Law Clerk Selection and Diversity: Insights From Fifty Sitting Judges of the Federal Courts of Appeals" is reviewed in the Daily Journal.

Helen Winter Peppedine University Straus Institute

Professor Helen Winter Presents "Bias Reduction Strategies" -- Association for Conflict Resolution of Greater New York

Professor Helen Winter presented "Bias Reduction Strategies" for the Association for Conflict Resolution of Greater New York.

Tanya Cooper Pepperdine Caruso Law faculty

Professor Tanya Asim Cooper Elected to Clinical Legal Education Association Position and Executive Committee

Professor Tanya Asim Cooper has been elected to the office of secretary of the Clinical Legal Education Association and a member of the Executive Committee.