Pepperdine Legal Aid Clinic and Pepperdine Counseling Center Students Return to Union Rescue Mission
After more than a year of providing important legal and counseling services in a remote format, students and professors from the Pepperdine Legal Aid and Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and the Jerry Butler Pepperdine Counseling Center have returned in person to the Union Rescue Mission in downtown Los Angeles. Pepperdine students from both programs joined Professor Brittany Stringfellow Otey of the Pepperdine Caruso School of Law and Professors Cary Mitchell and Aaron Aviera of the Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology. The students and professors were all glad to be back working together in the building.
The Pepperdine Legal Aid and Low Income Taxpayer Clinic at Caruso Law provides direct legal assistance to people on Los Angeles' Skid Row, and the Pepperdine Counseling Center at the Graduate School of Education and Psychology provides recovery services for Los Angeles' homeless.
Additional information may be found at Pepperdine Legal Aid Clinic and Union Rescue Mission.