Professor Emeritus Robert Cochran Delivers Keynote Speech at Christian Legal Aid of Los Angeles Prayer Breakfast
Professor Emeritus Robert F. Cochran delivered the keynote speech at the Christian Legal Aid of Los Angeles 16th Annual Prayer Breakfast. The breakfast, which was themed "Gathering for a Renewed Journey," was held on November 5 at the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood.
From the Christian Legal Aid of Los Angeles 16th Annual Prayer Breakfast program:
Robert (Bob) Cochran is currently Professor Emeritus and Louis D. Brandeis Professor of Law at the Caruso School of Law at Pepperdine University. Bob's extensive and productive career has covered nearly four decades of teaching, research and scholarly contributions in numerous areas of law.
Bob is founder and former director of the Nootbaar Institute at the Caruso School of Law. The Institute's mission is to explore and develop greater understanding of the relationship between religion and law from an ecumenical perspective. He was also the founder and faculty advisor to the Union Rescue Mission/Pepperdine Legal Clinic at 545 S. San Pedro St., Los Angeles.
Bob has published more than 10 books and 60 scholarly articles. His most recent book was published in 2020 entitled: "Agape, Justice, and Law: How Might Christian Love Shape Law."
Bob was the co-editor with Zachary R. Calo (Cambridge University Press). Bob is currently writing a new book and is looking forward to conversations with participants at our 2022 Prayer Breakfast.
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