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Clayton Calvin (JD '20) Selected for John Marshall Legal Fellowship 2024

Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus Clayton Calvin (JD '20) has been selected as a 2024 John Marshall Fellow by the Claremont Institute. The John Marshall Fellows program selects recent law graduates en route to top clerkships, government postings, and academia positions for intensive seminars in American political thought and jurisprudence.

From the Claremont Institute:

Clayton Calvin is an attorney with the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s litigation arm, the Center for the American Future, which focuses on shrinking the scope of federal administrative power.  Prior to that, he was a constitutional law fellow with the Center and worked with Colorado’s Independence Institute on First and Second Amendment issues. He also worked independently in litigation to limit qualified immunity and defend the constitutional right to earn a living. Mr. Calvin is a graduate of Georgetown University, with degrees in Economics and English, as well as a graduate of Pepperdine Caruso School of Law. In law school, he served as Managing Editor of his law journal and received an award for best student-written article. He also achieved an international moot court victory at London’s Middle Temple and helped Pepperdine introduce plea bargaining to prisons in Uganda by training members of the country’s criminal justice system.