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  • Professor Lawrence Levine Wrote Op-Ed on Marriage Equality Anniversary

    Professor Lawrence Levine Wrote Op-Ed on Marriage Equality Anniversary

    Professor Lawrence Levine's op-ed, "A muted celebration of marriage equality," appeared in The Sacramento Bee on June 24, 2016. "I expected the first anniversary of that monumental decision would be a time of celebration and joy. But how can it be in light of the Orlando massacre?" more >

  • Former state justice named as Regent

    Former state justice named as Regent

    Arthur Scotland, ’74, prominent attorney and former presiding justice for the California Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District, has been elected to serve as a member of the University of the Pacific Board of Regents. His three-year term begins July 1. Scotland serves on the executive committee of the Anthony M. Kennedy American Inn of Court and is with Nielsen, Merksamer, Parrinello, Gross & Leoni LLP. more >

  • Law Review "Greensheets" Issue

    Law Review "Greensheets" Issue

    McGeorge School of Law is excited to announce the publication of University of the Pacific Law Review's Volume 47, Issue 3, better known as "Greensheets." This issue covers 11 different laws that came into effect in 2016. Brandon Bjerke, '16, served as Chief Legislation Editor. more >

  • VCRC Leader Receives NCVLI Legal Advocacy Award

    VCRC Leader Receives NCVLI Legal Advocacy Award

    The National Crime Victims Law Institute (NCVLI) announced Mariam El-menshawi, ’11, as the recipient of the organization’s 2016 Legal Advocacy Award. El-menshawi is the director and principal attorney at the Victims of Crime Resource Center (VCRC), which is located on the McGeorge campus. more >

  • McGeorge Wins First Place 2016 LSAC Diversity Matters Award

    McGeorge Wins First Place 2016 LSAC Diversity Matters Award

    The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) honored McGeorge as the first place Diversity Matters award winner at the Annual Meeting and Educational Conference on May 31, 2016. This marks the fourth year in a row that McGeorge was recognized as a top three finalist for the award. more >

  • $1 Million Endowment for Professorship of International Law Announced

    $1 Million Endowment for Professorship of International Law Announced

    McGeorge School of Law has announced receiving a $500,000 gift from Steve Ellyson to support a new Carol Olson Endowed Professorship of International Law. This gift will be matched by the Powell Fund to create a $1 million endowment. Mr. Ellyson made his gift to McGeorge in honor of his late wife, Carol Olson, ’83. more >

  • Nagle Keynotes 92nd McGeorge Commencement Ceremony

    Nagle Keynotes 92nd McGeorge Commencement Ceremony

    McGeorge School of Law celebrated its 92nd academic year at the graduation ceremony of the law school on May 21 at the Memorial Auditorium. Kevin M. Nagle gave the commencement address. The Class of 2016 Valedictorians were Patrick Ford (Day), Michelle Daniels (Evening). The McGeorge Barrister of the Year was William C. Maloney. more >