February 26, 2018 | Professor Christine Chambers Goodman has been recognized by the Los Angeles County Bar Association in the feature, “LACBA Celebrates 140 Years of Service to the Los Angeles Legal Community and Recognizes Past and Present Bar Leaders in Honor of Black History Month.” Professor Goodman is the past president of California Women Lawyers.
Via the LACBA Daily eBrief:
Christine Goodman joined the Pepperdine faculty in 2001, and teaches Comparative Anti-Discrimination Law, Evidence, and Trial Practice. She has participated in the Global Justice Program in Uganda and India, and taught in the London Program. Professor Goodman also has taught courses in Community Outreach/Youth Mentoring, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, and Trial Preparation and Settlement. She serves as an advisor to the Black Law Students’ Association and the Women’s Legal Association, and has been a mock trial team coach. Professor Goodman served as the 2016-2017 President of California Women Lawyers, and on the Executive Committees of the AALS Evidence and Litigation sections. She is also on the board of Schools on Wheels, a local nonprofit that provides tutors and school supplies for homeless youths. She has served as an officer of the Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles, on the Board of Trustees of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and was chair of its Diversity in the Profession Committee.
The LACBA Daily eBrief may be found here (scroll down for feature).