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A Season of Change

Doua Alattas enrolled in the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution with the goal of becoming a role model for women as a practicing lawyer in her home country of Saudi Arabia.

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Issue: Fall 2013
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Carrying a torch for all things sports

What do you think of when you think “Olympics?” For most of us, the Olympic Games conjure up images of athletes, gold medals, and the five interlocking rings symbolizing the games. But for 21 students from Pepperdine and five other law schools, the Olympic Games were revealed through the eyes of legal and media professionals and experts from both the U.K. London Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games (LOCOG) and members of the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC).

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Issue: Fall 2012
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Building Faith from Barbed Wire

The story made the evening news that day. Eighteen-year-old Marvin Laguan had been shot more than six times while talking to his girlfriend in the 400 block of North Mar Vista Avenue in Pasadena, California. He died almost instantly.

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Issue: Fall 2012

New Opportunities for First Year Students

The legendary Professor Kingsfield famously tells first-year law students in the movie The Paper Chase, “You come in here with a skull full of mush and you leave thinking like a lawyer.” The “skull full of mush” sentiment is a bit much— as was Professor Kingsfield in general—but the product he identified remains the oft-repeated goal of legal education. Law students are to be taught to think like lawyers.

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Issue: Fall 2012