Pepperdine Law Celebrates Public Interest Week 2015

November 6, 2015 — For the last week, Pepperdine Law students, faculty, and staff have collaborated on a week-long series of events celebrating community successes and new opportunities in the area of  public interest law.

 

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Among the week’s events (view the Flickr album):

  • Nootbaar-Glazer Panel on International Public Interest Work: The Nootbaar Institute and Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies presented a panel on international social justice. Members of the Pepperdine Law community talked about their experiences in the Global Justice program, International Justice Mission, and Glazer’s Israel Internship program.  Lunch provided.  Check out the event on Facebook for more information.
  • “Public Interest Opportunities” with Professor Baker
  • “Doing Good: Starting Your Public Interest Career”
  • APIL Presents: Live Auction to Benefit Public Interest Scholarships! The Pepperdine Associates for Public Interest Law hosted its annual auction featuring both silent and live events. Proceeds went toward funding unpaid summer public interest internships. For more information, check out the event’s Facebook page. From that page, a list of some of the professors’ own contributions to the auction block:

Dean Tacha – Dinner for 10 students
Dean Saxer – Lunch for 3 students at Marmalade
Dean Sturgeon – Santa Anita Race Track for 3
Assc. Dean DeWalt – Homemade ice cream and warm brownie evening for 12 students at the DeWalts
Asst. Hom – Homecooked dinner of 4
Amb. Kmiec – Lunch for 2 at his house followed by a screening of a classic movie
Prof. Adamson – Lunch for 9 students on a Monday, combined with Professor Otey and Cooper
Prof. Baker – Hike followed by lunch at Malibu Seafood for 5
Prof. Blondell – Mani/pedi for 2 students
Prof. Bost – Dinner for 8 students at his home
Prof. Butler – Lunch for 3 students
Prof. Caron – Dinner for 4 with Prof. Caron and his wife
Prof. Chase – Hike on Hollywood Beach (Oxnard) followed by lunch at Seafresh in Channel Islands Harbor for 2
Prof. Cochran – Stand up paddleboard outing and lessons for 3 + picnic on the beach with the Cochrans
Prof. Gash – Texas Hold’em Poker and Wood Ranch BBQ dinner for 7 at my house
Prof. Goodman – 1 hr tutoring of evidence-students
Prof. Goodno – 5 for lunch at El Cholo’s restaurant in Santa Monica
Prof. Knaplund – 2 baby blankets that she crochetted
Prof. Larson – Bowling for 3
Prof. Levin – Lunch for 2
Prof. McDonald – Tennis for 3 at Westlake Village followed by refreshments (beer/wine, cigar, and snacks) at Prof. McDonald’s home
Prof. Miller – Dinner for 4
Prof. Muller – Dinner for four at his home. “It’s a home cooked, from-scratch authentic Italian meal of several courses filled with dairy and carbs, and I’ll send you home with a box of leftovers like the Italian grandmother you never hand.”
Prof. Ogden – Lunch for 4 at Spruzzo’s
Prof. Robinson – Skeet shooting (shotgun provided) and lunch for 2
Prof. Schultz – Round of golf for 3
Prof. Schwartz – Flying trapeze lessons for 3 students with her
Prof. Jeremy Rosen – Dinner for 4 students at a nice restaurant with Mr. Rosen, partner at Horvitz & Levy LLP

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