Cameron McCollum (JD '17) Leads Sudreau Global Justice MCLE Program
On June 6, 2021, Sudreau Global Justice Program Director Cameron McCollum (JD '17) led an MCLE program for Pepperdine students, staff, faculty, and alumni titled "Access to Justice in the Developing World." The one hour program outlined the important work of the Sudreau Global Justice Program around issues of access to justice in the developing world. In particular, McCollum explained the issue of pre-trial detention, which an estimated ten million people enter each year around the world.
McCollum showed several videos of attorneys and clients that the Sudreau Global Justice Program has worked with in the past, and addressed questions from the audience. One alumnus who attended remarked, "This was an outstanding MCLE program."
For any alumni or friends who wish to watch the MCLE program and receive credit, please e-mail Alumni Director Jessie Fahy at: firstname.lastname@example.org so she can provide the proper paperwork and links.
Cameron McCollum joined the Pepperdine staff as the Director of the Sudreau Global Justice Institute in the fall of 2019. Prior to returning to Pepperdine to become the director, Cameron practiced law in Dallas, Texas as an associate at Kirkland & Ellis. He received his BBA in Business from Baylor University in 2011, and his J.D. from Pepperdine Caruso Law magna cum laude in 2017. Before attending law school, Cameron helped launch a real estate start up and was actively involved in ministry leadership through his local church. Through his roles in ministry, he participated and led many trips to Africa and developing nations around the world.