Pepperdine Law Review Announces Sorenson Award and Student Publication Selections – Volume XLVII

April 19, 2019 | Pepperdine Law Review is proud to announce the winner of this year’s Ronald M. Sorenson Memorial Writing Award, which is presented to the member of Law Review who submits the most well-written, thoroughly researched, and intellectually engaging comment or note:

  • Allison Mather: Administrative Law: Whose Job Is It Anyway?

Pepperdine Law Review is also proud to announce that the following student-written articles have been selected for publication in Pepperdine Law Review Volume XLVII:

  • Rebecca Ferrari: Federal Protections for “Fur-Babies” – A Legislative Proposal
  • Rachael Goldman: When Is Due Process Due?: The Impact of Title IX Sexual Assault Adjudication on the Rights of University Students
  • Allison Mather: Administrative Law: Whose Job Is It Anyway?
  • Elica Zadeh: Contracts and the Constitution in Conflict: Why Judicial Deference to Religious Upbringing Clauses Infringes on the First Amendment