May 29, 2019 | On Wednesday, May 15, The Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law awarded twenty-six graduating Palmer Fellows with certificates during a ceremony in the School of Law Lon V. Smith Atrium. Dean Paul Caron provided remarks, and Professor Jeffrey Baker gave the invocation. Alan Nissel was then introduced as the newly appointed Palmer Endowed Distinguished Practitioner in Residence.
Fellows must complete coursework pertaining to entrepreneurship and the law under the guidance of Palmer Center’s Executive Director David Feingold and Faculty Director Ahmed Taha. Program graduates are honored to join a growing network of distinguished Palmer Fellow alumni, who often return to Pepperdine to share their expertise at various Palmer Center lunch panels and networking events. These same alumni are known to assist student Palmer Fellows in obtaining internships and employment positions.
Congratulations, 2019 Palmer Center graduates!