Graduates Secure Ten Judicial Clerkships

April 24, 2017  | 1 min read

The Class of 2017 has secured ten judicial clerkships, Pepperdine School of Law announced today.

“The Pepperdine Law School is proud that so many of our outstanding graduates have been selected for prestigious judicial clerkships," said dean Deanell Reece Tacha. "These clerkships are remarkable opportunities for new graduates to help and be mentored by some of the finest legal minds in the nation. We are confident that these Pepperdine graduates will make important contributions to the work of their judges. We are humbled and grateful that our graduates have been selected to serve in this way.”

The Class of 2017 judicial clerks and their placements are as follows:


Helen Andrews

  • 2017-2018, The Honorable Collin Seitz, Delaware Supreme Court
  • 2018-2019, The Honorable Jay Bybee, US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Evan Elliott

Cory Batza

  • 2019-2020, The Honorable John Owens, US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
  • 2018-2019, The Honorable Beverly Reid O'Connell, US District Court for the Central District of California

Alexandria Fletcher

  • 2017-2019, The Honorable Gina Groh, US District Court for Northern District of West Virginia

Scott Morrison

  • 2017-2018, The Honorable Jennifer Dorsey, US District Court for the District of Nevada

Brock Olson

  • 2017-2019, The Honorable Marcos Lopez-Gonzalez, US Magistrate Court for the District of Puerto Rico

Ashley Robinson

  • 2017-2018, The Honorable Gilbert Merritt, US Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit

Amy Rose

  • 2017-2018, The Honorable Garland Burrell, US District Court for the Eastern District of California

Emily Speier

  • 2017-2018, The Honorable Andre Birotte, Jr., US District Court for the Central District of California