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Dean Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker receives the 2009 State Bar Educational Pipeline Award

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Dean Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker receives the 2009 State Bar Educational Pipeline Award from State Bar President Holly Fujie while Mathiew Le, left, associate director of admissions and director of campus diversity at Pacific McGeorge, and Luis Rodriguez, chair of the State Bar's Council on Access & Fairness, look on.

State Bar Honors Pipeline Initiative

June 8, 2009

Tags: Business & Community, 2009

The State Bar of California honored the Pacific McGeorge Education Pipeline Initiative at its 2nd Annual Diversity Stakeholder Forum on June 5, 2009, in San Francisco. Dean Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker accepted the 2009 State Bar Education Pipeline Award at a luncheon hosted by the State Bar Council on Access & Fairness.

The Pacific McGeorge Education Pipeline Initiative is an effort to increase the educational achievement of underrepresented youth in college graduate and professional school programs. The program provides mentorship, academic assistance and enrichment, and career guidance for K-12 students at six Sacramento area schools. Christine Minero is the director of the program, which brings together law students, law faculty and teaching professionals in a collaborative effort. Program sponsors include Downey Brand, LLP.

One of the schools in the pipeline program, Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep School, recently held its third annual commencement exercise. Thirty-four students received their high school diplomas on June 4, 2009, in a Pacific McGeorge lecture hall ceremony.