Pepperdine Caruso Law Congratulates Tatum Lowe
Pepperdine Caruso Law is pleased to congratulate its newest bell-ringer in honor of post-graduate employment success, Tatum Lowe! Prior to ringing the bell, Tatum was celebrated for her accomplishments by by Assistant Dean of the Career Development Office Laine Kontos, directors and members of the Career Development Office, Administrative Offices, Straus Institute, and Deans' Suite, and many of Tatum's law school colleagues.
Following graduation, Tatum will serve as a law clerk for Justice Jeffrey Boyd of the Texas Supreme Court. She found out about the position because Justice Boyd is a Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus who encourages Caruso Law students to apply for clerkship positions.
Tatum attended Baylor University for her undergraduate degree, where she studied Business Management and Sports Strategy and Sales. At Caruso Law, she has enjoyed being on the Pepperdine Law Review, acting as co-chair of the Moot Court Team, and serving as president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society.
Tatum would like to thank Professor Mark Kubisch for his guidance during the clerkship hiring process and law school in general. She would also like to thank her family and friends for continually supporting her throughout my law school experience.
Congratulations to Tatum!