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Remember the stress of the Bar Exam? The Bar Lunch Program at Pepperdine Law is your opportunity to step in and help those who have come after you! We want to give Bar takers one less thing to worry about during the exam, and we hope you'll join in supporting this amazing program.
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Reflecting upon his experience, visiting Justice Sisthani said, “It’s almost a dream come true. Mediation not only resolves disputes, it changes people.”
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"I came into this summer experience ready to help enact change in the Uganda Judicial system. I wanted to use what God has given me to help and change this community for the better. But in all reality, I think I have been the one changed the most."
~ By Dana Johnston (JD '20)
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By Griffin Ferre
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"My handbook was titled “Adventurer,” and boy that is exactly what my time in Jakarta has felt like, an ADVENTURE!"
~Lisa Russell (JD '20)
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Otto Cipolla Closing Argument Competition 2018 at Pepperdine Law.
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4/13/18
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Seventeen students traveled to Uganda this spring in pursuit of justice.
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Thanks to the generosity of more than 250 students, alumni, faculty, and staff, the law school raised nearly $50,000 in this year’s #Give2Pepp campaign. We are deeply grateful to those who donated and came out to show support for the law school community. The giving rally held just outside the law school was certainly an afternoon we won't soon forget! https://give2pepp.pepperdine.edu/law/
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3/8/18
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This year's School of Law Dinner was an elegant affair at the Beverly Wilshire. The featured speaker was Gary Haugen, Founder and CEO of International Justice Mission.
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3/8/18
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Pepperdine Law Review Volume XLV, in partnership with The Aspen Institute, presents: Federalism: Past, Present, and Future. This year's special keynote will be presented by Kurt Lash, E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Chair in Law, from the University of Richmond.
Friday, March 23, 2018
8 AM–3:30 PM
Drescher Graduate Campus
Malibu, California
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