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Cameron McCollum, Director of the Sudreau Global Justice Institute at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, on justice system reform in Africa

Cameron McCollum, Director of the Sudreau Global Justice Institute at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, on justice system reform in Africa.


In this episode we delve into improving access to justice and building capacity within justice systems in Africa. We discuss the problem of case backlog and how ADR (alternative dispute resolution) can help improve justice outcomes.


We also discuss the Africa Chief Justices’ Summit on ADR recently held in Kampala, Uganda, where 16 chief justices participated to explore re-engineering the administration of justice on the African continent.


This episode will inform you and provide you with invaluable insight on improving justice systems in Africa and beyond.


About Cameron McCollum


Cameron McCollum joined the Pepperdine staff as the Director of the Sudreau Global Justice Institute in the Fall of 2019.


In his role as SGJI’s Director, McCollum has overseen the expansion of SGJI’s Access to Justice portfolio from its origination in Uganda to include projects with Rwanda, Ghana, Nigeria, and more.


In addition, McCollum has served as an adjunct professor of law at Pepperdine for four years, teaching classes related to human trafficking, human rights, and contracts.


Prior to returning to Pepperdine to become the SGJI Director, Cameron practiced law in Dallas, Texas as an associate at Kirkland & Ellis.


He received his BBA in Business from Baylor University and his J.D. from Pepperdine Caruso Law, magna cum laude.


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