Professor Edward Larson Presents "The Legacy of America's Founding Fathers" -- National Constitution Center
Professor Edward J. Larson took part in a Constitution Day lecture at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.
Pepperdine Legal Aid Clinic and Pepperdine Counseling Center Students Return to Union Rescue Mission
Students and professors from the Pepperdine Legal Aid and Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and the Pepperdine Counseling Center are back in person at the Union Rescue Mission.
Professor Barry McDonald, Brittney Lane Kubisch (JD '12), and Jack White (JD '03) Interviewed on Supreme Court Clerks -- Legal Docket Podcast on World Radio
The former Supreme Court clerks discuss behind the scenes processes regarding the cert pool, bench memos, and opinion writing.
Professor Edward J. Larson is serving as the Doyle Distinguished Professor of Law at Yale Law School.
Professor Chris Goodman, "Just-AIed: An Essay on Just Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Education" -- West Virginia Law Review
Professor Christine Chambers Goodman's article, "Just-AIed: An Essay on Just Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Education," is published in the West Virginia Law Review, Vol. 123, No. 3, 2021.
On September 7, Professor Tom Stipanowich was a panelist on a program, “Future Trends in International Dispute Resolution,” at the UNCITRAL Academy 2021.
Professor Edward J. Larson presented "The Scopes Trial and American Law" for a Columbus Bar Association CLE program.
Professor Barry McDonald Interviewed on the Constitutionality of Mandatory Vaccine Laws -- Legal Docket Podcast
Professor Barry P. McDonald discusses the Supreme Court case Jacobson v. Massachusetts (1905) and mandatory vaccine laws on Legal Docket.
Professor Gregory Ogden to Present "Judicial Ethics" at Federal Administrative Law Judges Education Conference 2021
Professor Gregory L. Ogden will speak on judicial ethics at the annual Federal Administrative Law Judges Education Conference on September 13.