Student in the LL.M. Transnational Business Practice program
Undergraduate: University of San Francisco
A first-generation American born of Indian parents, Neha Mac spent every summer in India until she began high school. Though she grew up in America, her family returned to India quite often. Neha lived in a variety of places in the United States, ranging from Arizona to Washington State to California. She also lived in India for a year and did her fifth grade year there.
Fluent in five languages-English, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Spanish, with a working knowledge of Italian-Neha knew she wanted to attend law school during her first year of college. Still, after graduating college, she worked in finance and marketing for two years to be sure that law school was the right choice for her. She began the J.D. program at McGeorge in 2009 and after graduating she began the LL.M in Transnational Business Practice program this year.
Neha was attracted to McGeorge's smaller size and the fact that the law school is its own entity and does not share a campus with anyone else. She was drawn to McGeorge's business law concentration and international legal studies certificate and knew that McGeorge's international programs ranked high. Neha also cherishes the friendships she has made during her time at McGeorge as she has met some amazing people and she knows that her experience would not have been the same without them. After graduation, Neha hopes to work in multi-jurisdictional mergers and acquisitions, either abroad or in the US.