Pepperdine School of Law Announces $8 Endowment

November 2, 2017  | 1 min read

The School of Law announced in September the endowment of the Global Justice Program made possible by the generosity of alumna Laure Sudreau (JD ’97). and will help advance the profound impact of the Global Justice Program, which, since 2007, has operated within the Herbert and Elinor Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion, and Ethics at the School of Law.

The newly named Sudreau Global Justice Program will support and enhance current programs while envisioning new and innovative initiatives that will create a lasting impact in the lives of the Pepperdine Law community and those experiencing injustices in the world’s most vulnerable places.

“The world law students are entering is no longer about people being the center of things,” said Sudreau. “It is a world that is about community. I am so proud to be associated with this effort and all of the important work the Sudreau Global Justice Program does on behalf of people in the developing world.”

Read more about the Sudreau Global Justice Program: newsroom.pepperdine.edu/sudreau