Professor Jeffrey R. Baker participated in the Blher podcast episode, "Anti-racism, Activism, and Law," with Pepperdine Caruso School of Law alumna Brittany Hughes (JD '17).
In addition to her role in the classroom, Professor Tiffany Williams will be leading advocacy, empowerment and faith programs and initiatives at the School of Law.
Dean Paul L. Caron is featured in the Law.com article, "Ahead of the Curve: Spotlight on Law Deans," for the gift that he and his wife Courtney made to the Pepperdine Caruso Law Student Emergency Fund.
Professor Shelley Ross Saxer is interviewed regarding the Supreme Court case, County of Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund, for The Legal Docket podcast.
Former Pepperdine Caruso Law Professor and Moot Court coach, T. Gerald Treece, has passed away in The Woodlands, Texas.
Professor Edward J. Larson's opinion piece on the upcoming presidential election has been published in The Bulwark.
Dean Paul Caron Joins Law Deans in Calling for Diploma Privilege for Washington, D.C. Fall 2020 Bar Exam Applicants
Dean Paul L. Caron has joined law deans from across the nation in asking the Washington, D.C. Court of Appeals to adopt diploma privilege for all Class of 2020 fall bar exam applicants.
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.