Sunday, December 4, 2022
Pepperdine Caruso Law Partners With Legal Vocation Fellowship For Early-Career Attorneys
Pepperdine Surf Report, Caruso School of Law Partners with Leading Experts to Support Legal Vocation Fellowship for Christian Attorneys:
Pepperdine Caruso School of Law and the Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion & Ethics are pleased to partner with leading experts on Christianity and law to support a new initiative for early-career attorneys seeking to integrate Christian faith into the practice of law. The Legal Vocation Fellowship (LVF), a project of the Carver Project and Notre Dame Law School’s Program on Church, State and Society, will enable selected attorneys to participate in a range of in-person and online sessions over the course of 15 months from 2023-24. LVF’s core values include a commitment to nonpartisanship, multiethnic diversity, and being distinctively and broadly Christian.
:The Legal Vocation Fellowship (LVF) focuses on Christian formation and discipleship of early-career attorneys. This practically-oriented program is led by Christian law faculty and senior practitioners. LVF is a 15-month program for early-career attorneys seeking to integrate their Christian faith into the practice of law. We focus on Christian practitioners in law and proximate institutions who desire to restore the social fabric for love of neighbor and faithfulness to God. Our fellows are drawn from seven cities: Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, New York City, San Francisco, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C.
- Rick Garnett (Notre Dame)
- John Inazu (Washington University)
- Ruth Okediji (Harvard)
- Elizabeth Schiltz (St. Thomas)
- David Skeel (Penn)